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microchemistry

chemical experimentation with minute quantities of material

microchemistry

[¦mī·krō′kem·ə·strē]
(biochemistry)
The chemistry of individual cells and minute organisms.
(chemistry)
The study of chemical reactions, using small quantities of materials, frequently less than 1 milligram or 1 milliliter, and often requiring special small apparatus and microscopical observation.
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de Keijzer, M, "A Microchemical Analysis on Synthetic Organic Pigments Discovered in the 20th Century.
Polarized light microscopy using dispersion staining and microchemical tests is used to identify a range of particles found in airborne and settled dust samples, from fungi to pollens to combustion products to fibers (synthetic and natural) (147).
Dyes as microchemical indicators of a new immunity phenomenon affecting a protozoon parasite (Toxoplasma).
1911 - Schwabe described a sedimentation tube for microchemical analysis.
Presence of phthalates in contact lens and cleaning solutions, Microchemical Journal, 99: 108-113
This project will make it possible to determine the potential of superamphiphobic layers in novel approaches to microchemical processing including improved transport, synthesis and characterization.
On the other hand, zeolite's primary values are as growth promoters and carriers of a number of macro- and microchemical elements which are necessary for the vital activity of living organisms (such as vitamins; minerals, antibiotics and other active compounds).
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Oceanic migration rates of upper Chesapeake Bay striped bass (Morone saxatilis) determined by otolith microchemical analysis.
In recognition of his accomplishments, Bennie won honors and awards as numerous as the determinands that occupied his attention, including the Faculty Research Award of Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sigma Xi, the Ames Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Chemistry, a General Diagnostics Lectureship Award, the Distinguished Service Award of Wayne State University, and the Benedetti-Pichler Award of the American Microchemical Society.
Once the degree of spatial heterogeneity of the minor and trace elements has been established, these materials can be considered for duel purposes in laboratories using microchemical techniques: 1.
We used polarized light microscopy with microchemical testing to identify most particles including minerals, building products, and hair and fibers > 1 [micro] m in diameter.