Microtome?

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A microtome is a device used to cut very thin sections of a material. They are commonly used in science, and microscopy. The microscope uses steel, glass, or diamond blades depending on the specimen.
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mi·cro·tome
[mahy-kruh-tohm]
NOUN
1.
an instrument for cutting very thin sections, as of organic tissue, for microscopic examination.
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