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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Chemistry that deals with minute quantities of materials, frequently less than one milligram in mass or one milliliter in volume.

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  • n. Chemical techniques for preparing, handling, and analyzing small quantities of chemical compounds, especially masses less than a milligram.
  • n. Chemical processes that take place in very small regions, such as on the grain boundaries of a metal

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The application of chemical tests to minute objects or portions of matter, usually assisted by sensitive instruments; -- distinguished from macro-chemistry.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Minute chemical investigation; chemical analysis or investigation applied to objects under the microscope.


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  • This training from Link in microchemistry was especially valuable for a student who was later to be concerned with the quantitative analysis of proteins.

    Stanford Moore - Biography

  • In 1925 Dam studied microchemistry in Graz (Austria) with

    Henrik Dam - Biography

  • The H-Cube Continuous-flow Hydrogenation Reactor is a bench-top standalone hydrogenation device, uniquely combining continuous-flow microchemistry with endogenous on-demand hydrogen generation and a disposable catalyst cartridge system.

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  • I asked him why he had performed a microchemistry test, given that it is not an accepted method for detecting acrylic; he said that the test "was just one first step."


  • He added that a microchemistry test was not even considered suitable for identifying acrylic.


  • In a report, Biro wrote that he had used a "microchemistry test" - a method of mixing a paint sample with other chemicals to analyze its characteristics.


  • In this new study, researchers compared air samples, microchemistry, tissue samples and other data from North Dakota with data from affected areas in Turkey.

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