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==Objective==
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* Continue precipitation of six large volume
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* Precipitation of 80% BSA by mass trial 3
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==Notes==
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* The large volume precipitation were not working, after being centrifuged for 15 minutes there was no visible supernatant and when placed over the UV-light the solutions glowed evenly, which demonstrates that the precipitation was not successful. Our approach to achieve the precipitation of the ZnS QDs is to try re-centrifuging them for a longer time at a faster speed, we are only a fraction of one sample, and are storing the rest at 4 degrees Celsius.  
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Objective

  • Continue precipitation of six large volume
  • Precipitation of 80% BSA by mass trial 3

Notes

  • The large volume precipitation were not working, after being centrifuged for 15 minutes there was no visible supernatant and when placed over the UV-light the solutions glowed evenly, which demonstrates that the precipitation was not successful. Our approach to achieve the precipitation of the ZnS QDs is to try re-centrifuging them for a longer time at a faster speed, we are only a fraction of one sample, and are storing the rest at 4 degrees Celsius.