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Consider reducing the scale of an experiment, for example, by running a reaction with 3 grams instead of 10 grams of a starting compound. This saves the costs of starting materials, uses less solvent, uses less energy (if heated), and produces less waste. Fifty years ago, before instrumental analysis, products could only be analyzed with subsequent chemical tests. Today, modern instrumentation often requires only a very small sample size for analysis. This allows some reactions to be “scaled down” considerably.

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