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I'm currently reading a book about chemistry. Here is a sentence that I faced and didn't understand:

This procedure has been described in other work from our laboratory

I don't get what it means by "describe in other work"! The only thing came to my mind was that it was probably "in other words" and it's a misprint or something. Sorry for my bad English

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    My guess is that 'work' here means the result of some research, something (a report, a book, a paper, etc.) that was produced by research. – highvit Sep 25 '19 at 11:24
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    Such as "a work of art", "the complete works of Shakespeare" etc. – Weather Vane Sep 25 '19 at 11:31
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This procedure has been described in other work from our laboratory

Could be paraphrased:

This way of doing things has been described in other research/papers/books written by the researchers from our laboratory

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