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Sample Preparation

BSA Fluorescence Solution

  1. pH 6
  2. [Au]=0.25 mM
  3. [BSA]=3.125 uM
  4. Vf=3000 uL

Stock Concentrations 160920

  1. [BSA]= 52.6 uM
  2. [Au]= 4.27 mM
  3. [HCl]= 1mM

Volumes for making the solution:

  1. 3 uL HCl
  2. 294.6 uL BSA
  3. 292.7 uL Au
  4. 2409.5 uL HOH

Data was redone by Dr. Hartings as no nanoparticles were formed.

3 mL Sample

  1. 0.25 mM AuCl3
    1. Stock concentration 4.27 mM
    2. Volume Added: 176 μL
  2. 3.125 μM BSA
    1. Stock Concentration 52.6 μM
    2. Volume Added: 178 μL
  3. pH 6
    1. Stock Concentration 1 mM HCl
    2. Volume Added: 3 μL
  4. Volume water added: 2643 μL

Data Analysis

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The maximum emission wavelength over time is shown above. The maximum emission spikes after the first time point and remains approximately constant for the rest of the run.

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The integrated emission over time is shown above. The integrated emission reaches a maximum around 1000 s. then slowly decreases until 5000 s. until it begins to increase for the rest of the run.

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Selected scans in the first 900 seconds are shown. Emission intensity is seen to increase over time.

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Selected scans from 1080-4500 s. are shown. Emission intensity is seen to decrease over this time range.

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Selected scans from 4680-10800 s. are shown. Emission intensity is seen to slightly increase over this time range.



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