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==Description==
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* 3 PVOH films were prepared: 0.5 g MW of 22,000, 1 ml glutaraldehyde, and 1 ml of porphrine dihydrogen chloride.  
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*6 molal NaCl solution was prepared. Porphyrin was submerged in the solution for an hour at 70 degrees Celsius under constant stirring.  
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* AAS studies for all the Cu standards: NaMT- concentration of 1.25 g/500 ml, for 1min, 5 min and 10 mins standards, 50 % CEC exchange-concentration of 1.25 g/500 ml, for 1 min, 5 min and 10 mins standards, 100% CEC exchange, for 1 min, 5 min and 10 mins standards, and Fe3O4-concentration of 1.25 g/500 ml, for 1 min, 5 min and 10 mins standards.
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* 6 m NaCl solution was prepared in a following manner:
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(6 mol/1Kg H2O) * (57.54 g NaCl/mol NaCl) = 345.24 g NaCl/1 Kg of H2O. 1 Kg of water is equivalent to 1,000 mL of H2O. Therefore, 6 m NaCl solution should be equivalent to 34.5 g NaCl/100 mL H2O.
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Catalysis and Stimulation of Cross-Linking Studies.

Description

  • 6 molal NaCl solution was prepared. Porphyrin was submerged in the solution for an hour at 70 degrees Celsius under constant stirring.
  • 6 m NaCl solution was prepared in a following manner:

(6 mol/1Kg H2O) * (57.54 g NaCl/mol NaCl) = 345.24 g NaCl/1 Kg of H2O. 1 Kg of water is equivalent to 1,000 mL of H2O. Therefore, 6 m NaCl solution should be equivalent to 34.5 g NaCl/100 mL H2O.

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