microchemistry

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mi·cro·chem·is·try

(mī'krō-kem'is-trē),
The use of chemical procedures involving minute quantities or reactions not visible to the unaided eye. Compare: macrochemistry.

microchemistry

/mi·cro·chem·is·try/ (-kem´is-tre) chemistry concerned with exceedingly small quantities of chemical substances.

mi·cro·chem·is·try

(mī'krō-kem'is-trē)
The use of chemical procedures involving minute quantities or reactions not visible to the unaided eye.

mi·cro·chem·is·try

(mī'krō-kem'is-trē)
Use of chemical procedures involving minute quantities or reactions invisible to an unaided eye.

microchemistry,

n the branch of chemistry concerned with the study of chemical processes at the cellular and subcellular levels.
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To establish six Regional Microscale Chemistry Centers, one in each of the six PETE regions, to serve as demonstration and training sites.
An internationally-recognized program, the National Microscale Chemistry Center (NMCC) was established in January 1993 with grants from the Environmental Protection Agency, and other agencies including the Commonwealth of MA (through TURI, UMass, Lowell).
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