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Objective

  • Wash nanogels prepared on 02/06/13 with 500mL of acetone.
  • Filter and separate nanogels to be used in later studies (dye attachement, liposome attachment, swelling)
  • Measure the mass of hydrogels that were placed in water on 02/08/13

Description

Nanogels are currently in mineral oil that they were originally prepared in. Acetone will be used to separate the nanogels from the oil from which tey will then be able to be filtered out of and dried.

Procedures

1) Add mineral oil/PVOH emulsion to separatory funnel. Add ~500mL of acetone and shake thoroughly, being careful to release any pressure that has built up.

2) Vacuum filter acetone and dry hydrogels. Store at 4°C


  • Add data and results here...

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