This could make significant improvements to the overall manufacturing processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries by minimising the use of hazardous reagents and waste generation and improving production efficiency.
What does HR stand for?
HR stands for Hazardous Reagent
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We have 67 other meanings of HR in our Acronym Attic
- Handwriting Recognition (technology)
- Hard Radiation
- Hard Reset
- Hard Rock
- Hardly Relevant
- Harm Reduction
- Harold Ramis (actor/writer/director)
- Hartmann-Rudolph (decoding algorithm)
- Hazard Ratio
- Hazard Report
Samples in periodicals archive:
There are numerous advantages to using microreactors for chemical synthesis over conventional batch processing including a finer level of heat control, a higher level of safety when dealing with hazardous reagents and more precise mixing of reagents.
The CCNY/Rice team developed a "green chemistry" approach to synthesize metal nanoparticles in common household paints in situ without using hazardous reagents and solvents.