Microscale chemistry

Mono Mohan Singh, professor of chemistry at Merrimack College, instructs a student in microscale chemistry. Photo courtesy of Merrimack College.Click here to enlarge imageOf increasing concern to the US and other countries is the issue of chemical waste management and disposal. One way to achieve waste reduction and disposal goals is by eliminating chemical waste at the source. Micro- scale chemistry, currently used for general, organic, and inorganic chemistry experiments in schools, supports that effort.Microscale chemistry is the process of conducting experi- ments with minute amounts of chemicals to achieve the same results as those requiring large beakers of chemicals. These dimini...

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