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two slices of calf liver glued together by silica solutions
Max. size46 x 8.73 cm / 300 dpi
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Even animal tissues can be glued by silica solutions : two slices of calf liver cut by scalpel can be glued together by spreading nanosilica aqueous solution and bringing to contact for about 30 seconds.