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Films
Films
#PVOH and glutaraldehyde 7ml of h20
#PVOH and glutaraldehyde 7ml of h20
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*PVOH~1.0059g
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##PVOH~1.0059g
#PVOH and glutaraldehye and porphrin 7ml of h20
#PVOH and glutaraldehye and porphrin 7ml of h20
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*PVOH~1.0059g
+
##PVOH~1.0059g
#PVOH and NA-MT and glutaraldheyhe 7ml of h20
#PVOH and NA-MT and glutaraldheyhe 7ml of h20
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*PVOH~1.0021h
+
##PVOH~1.0021h
#PVOH and 100% surfactant and glutaraldehyde 7 ml of h20
#PVOH and 100% surfactant and glutaraldehyde 7 ml of h20
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*PVOH and 1.0014g
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##PVOH and 1.0014g
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##100% surfactant clay .1004g
==Notes==
==Notes==

Revision as of 13:13, 15 October 2012

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Objective

Description

remake control: 1mL control glutaraldehyde and 4 other films remake and 1ml glultaraldehye, as well as 1ml of porphyrin exact amount of water so know concentration of solution.


Na+ electrode: 1) wait hit measure 2) wait till stabilizes 3) higher concentration the more negative, ionic strength adjuster 4)Please refer to the ISE protocol on 2012/09/28 for how ISE measurements were taken.

  • 3 mL of the solutions were added to 0.1 mL of ionic strength adjuster (4 M solution containing NaOH) to adjust the pH to a value between 8 and 10.
    • Sodium ionic strength adjuster provided by thermo scientific 4M
  • The solutions were allowed to equilibrate with the electrode for 2 min.

Data

Films

  1. PVOH and glutaraldehyde 7ml of h20
    1. PVOH~1.0059g
  2. PVOH and glutaraldehye and porphrin 7ml of h20
    1. PVOH~1.0059g
  3. PVOH and NA-MT and glutaraldheyhe 7ml of h20
    1. PVOH~1.0021h
  4. PVOH and 100% surfactant and glutaraldehyde 7 ml of h20
    1. PVOH and 1.0014g
    2. 100% surfactant clay .1004g

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