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==Objective==
==Objective==
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'''Part I'''
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* Finish AA/ISE conductivity
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*UV-Vis Cu+2 absorption solution
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* Cu+2 absorption using about 1g film(PVOH, PVOH+NaMT, PVOH, OM-MT).
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* UV-Vis calibration curve for porphrin solutions (determine the maximum abs).
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*Remake fims, if necessary.
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'''Part II'''
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Cross-Link Porphyrin Films.
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(a) measure the exact amount of H2SO4 solution used.
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(b) save 2-5 mls of H2SO4 stock solution in vial
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(C) save 2-5 ml of H2SO4 used to cross-link the solution (if colored).
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(d) measure the exact amount of HCl solution used.
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(e) save anbout 2-5 mls after reaction (in case if the solution is colored).
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(f) 2% HCl solution in a 100 ml beaker- that implies 2 ml HCl and 98 ml of millpore water.
==Description==
==Description==

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Objective

Part I

  • Finish AA/ISE conductivity
  • UV-Vis Cu+2 absorption solution
  • Cu+2 absorption using about 1g film(PVOH, PVOH+NaMT, PVOH, OM-MT).
  • UV-Vis calibration curve for porphrin solutions (determine the maximum abs).
  • Remake fims, if necessary.

Part II

Cross-Link Porphyrin Films. (a) measure the exact amount of H2SO4 solution used. (b) save 2-5 mls of H2SO4 stock solution in vial (C) save 2-5 ml of H2SO4 used to cross-link the solution (if colored). (d) measure the exact amount of HCl solution used. (e) save anbout 2-5 mls after reaction (in case if the solution is colored). (f) 2% HCl solution in a 100 ml beaker- that implies 2 ml HCl and 98 ml of millpore water.

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