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Zusammenfassung

Die Gefriertrocknung dient der Fixation und Konservierung biologischen Materials auf rein physikalischer Basis: Das Gefrieren ermöglicht die Stillegung des Stoffwechsels, d. h. aller chemischer Prozesse und Diffusionsvorgänge in Bruchteilen von Minuten oder Sekunden. Die anschließende Vakuumsublimation des Eises verleiht dieser Fixation auch bei Temperaturen über dem Nullpunkt Dauerhaftigkeit und umgeht die Trocknung in der flüssigen Phase mit ihren vielfältig störenden Einengungserscheinungen.

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