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==Objective==
 
==Objective==
  
To prepare the salt solutions for the porphyrin salt test.
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To prepare the salt solutions for the porphyrin salt test, soak the dye film in acetone, and use the sodium electrode to measure the voltage of the glutaraldehyde film that was soaked in Na+
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==

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Objective

To prepare the salt solutions for the porphyrin salt test, soak the dye film in acetone, and use the sodium electrode to measure the voltage of the glutaraldehyde film that was soaked in Na+

Description

Salt Solution Preparation

  1. Determine the concentration of porphyrin in the film made on

Data

  • Add data and results here...

Notes

  • Conduct salt tests on porphyrin film on Friday, check swelling on Wednesday.
  • When you cut the films, stuff can fall out of it.
  • Remember that when the cations for the salt test transfer, they won't transfer alone. Trends should follow according to size in solution.