micro-chemistry
microchemistry mi`cro*chem"is*try, micro-chemistry mi`cro-chem"is*try, n. [Micro- + chemistry.] The application of chemical tests to minute objects or portions of matter, usually assisted by sensitive instruments; -- distinguished from macro-chemistry. [1913 Webster]

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