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Chemists need numerous measurements quickly to assess the potential of a given compound within a therapeutic area. Instrumentation is expensive and of limited availability in even the most well funded organizations. The ability to share instrumentation helps mitigate equipment costs but poses special challenges to allow access and use by everyone across an organization. A solution to create open access purification equipment is presented using a Z180 microprocessor, touch screen interface, and an embedded system program written in C.
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