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==Day 11==
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* Do Data Analysis
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#UV-Vis
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#FTIR
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#Made samples with gold for potential fiber preparation.
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==Procedure==
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* We ran samples from [[User:Puja Mody/Notebook/AU Biomaterials 572/2014/03/04|yesterday]] through the UV-Vis
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'''Preparation of samples with gold'''
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* We attempted a new synthesis process by which to combine the Magnetite nanoparticles inside the protein with gold. We made sample of magnetite to hemoglobin (16500:1) and magnetite to BSA (13000:1) in the oven using the concentration and methods all previously mentioned. The only difference we enacted, was that this time we ran the oven for 2 hours before stopping and adding in some gold solution into the samples.  
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*After the addition of the gold, we continued to run the oven for an additional 2 hours at 80°C
  
  

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Day 11

  • Do Data Analysis
  1. UV-Vis
  2. FTIR
  3. Made samples with gold for potential fiber preparation.

Procedure

  • We ran samples from yesterday through the UV-Vis

Preparation of samples with gold

  • We attempted a new synthesis process by which to combine the Magnetite nanoparticles inside the protein with gold. We made sample of magnetite to hemoglobin (16500:1) and magnetite to BSA (13000:1) in the oven using the concentration and methods all previously mentioned. The only difference we enacted, was that this time we ran the oven for 2 hours before stopping and adding in some gold solution into the samples.
  • After the addition of the gold, we continued to run the oven for an additional 2 hours at 80°C