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==Objectives==
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# Run fluoroscopy of all hydrogel samples that were placed in distilled H<sub>2</sub>O to soak on  
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# Determine the lower and upper limit of detection of Rhodamine 6G on the fluorimeter.
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# Run fluoroscopy of all hydrogel samples that were placed in distilled H<sub>2</sub>O to soak on [[User:Moira_M._Esson/Notebook/CHEM-581/2013/02/06|2013/02/06]].
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==Notes==
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* The microspheres prepared on [[User:Moira_M._Esson/Notebook/CHEM-581/2013/02/08|2013/02/08]] did not form microsphere structures. After placing on the lyophilizer for over 48 hours, a large, solid clump of pure white material formed. This indicates that the emulsion that was prepared was not sufficient for the precipitaiton of microsphere structures. A mortar and pestle was used to grind the large PVOH and clay solid in an attempt to create microsphere structures. DSC will be run of these structures.
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* The two hydrogels prepared on 

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Objectives

  1. Determine the lower and upper limit of detection of Rhodamine 6G on the fluorimeter.
  2. Run fluoroscopy of all hydrogel samples that were placed in distilled H2O to soak on 2013/02/06.


Notes

  • The microspheres prepared on 2013/02/08 did not form microsphere structures. After placing on the lyophilizer for over 48 hours, a large, solid clump of pure white material formed. This indicates that the emulsion that was prepared was not sufficient for the precipitaiton of microsphere structures. A mortar and pestle was used to grind the large PVOH and clay solid in an attempt to create microsphere structures. DSC will be run of these structures.
  • The two hydrogels prepared on



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