Published: Mar 1996
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IF LABORATORY EQUIPMENT IS THE HAMMER and chisels of metals analysis, then reagents are the fine Carrara marble. Just as a sculptor chooses a starting piece for shape and grain and assesses surmountable versus fatal defects, all with an eye toward his final purpose, so the analyst must plot a route to his goal, selecting reagents for type and purity and weighing compatibilities and reaction rates.