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.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- 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.
This training from Link in microchemistry was especially valuable for a student who was later to be concerned with the quantitative analysis of proteins.
In 1925 Dam studied microchemistry in Graz (Austria) with
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.
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.