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Microscale techniques can assist chemists to carry out some experiments which on a large scale would be quite hazardous. Hydrogen oxygen explosions, reducing metal oxides with hydrogen and working with toxic gases can all be carried out very quickly and safely once the techniques have been assimilated and practised.

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