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==Objectives==
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#DSC
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#Fluorescence testing (protocol described last meeting)
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#Microscopic analysis of N2 prep
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#Centrifuge N2 prepared samples for analysis tomorrow
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==Microscope==
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*Please refer to Puja Mody's notebook for microscope data
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==Fluorescence==
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*The general protocol for magnetic testing described on [[User:Moira M. Esson/Notebook/CHEM-571/2014/04/02|04/02/2014]] was followed.
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Figure 1. Intensity of R6G from hydrogels after application of an external magnetic stimuli
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[[Image:Magnetic Testing Day .png]]
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Figure 2. R6G not absorbed by the hydrogels
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[[Image:Concentration Rhodamine 6G not absorbed by magnetite hydrogels .png]]
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  As the intensities were so low for all of the hydrogels, this test will be repeated using a higher concentration of R6G and a modified method.
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==DSC==
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General Protocol for DSC samples:
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#Equilibrate at 0°C
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#Isothermal for 2 minutes
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#Ramp 10°C/min to 240°C
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#Isothermal for 2 min
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#Ramp 100°C/min to -40°C
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#Repeat segment 2, 1 time
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*Only one sample was fully analyzed due to lack of carrier gas. All samples will be re-run
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