I have to run a reaction using N,N'-Dicyclohexylcarbodiimide and at room temperature, it is solid, but it's very hard to weigh. I know its melting point is around 40 degrees. Is it better to melt it and measure it as a liquid or is it no worth the struggle? I just don't want to have it in my hands anymore after reading it is very toxic in contact with skin and I feel like I had a few grams in contact with my hands everytime I try to break the chunks and weight it. Any tips on dealing with this reagent?