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+ - Make your own labware with 3D printing, catalysts included->

Submitted by scibri
scibri (2544842) writes "Chemists have found a way to make reaction vessels perfectly suited to their needs, with 3D printers (http://slashdot.org/index2.pl?fhfilter=3d+printing).

From the article: "Armed with a three-dimensional (3D) printer and the type of silicone-based sealant typically used for bathrooms, researchers have demonstrated a novel way to control chemical reactions: by making the reaction vessel an integral part of the experiment itself.""

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