Chemists develop high-performance vessels with 3-D printing

04/16/2012 | Royal Society of Chemistry

Synthetic chemistry may enable labs to replace glass reaction containers with computer-designed models produced with a three-dimensional printer. "It is likely that 3-D printing will be attractive to a range of groups because of the customization aspect; that is, the inherent control over size, shape and integrated function," says chemist Daniel Johnson.

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