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* we noticed that added citrate took up some of the gold into solution. The ones that had more gold and low citrate would precipitate out, while high citrate less gold would be in solution.
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January 29th

Procedure

  • Same thing as yesterday. Today we are going to make citrate nanoparticles and try and get them to be around 50nm.
  • Different solutions that we will create
    1. 2mL gold and 0.5mL citrate
    2. 2.5mL gold and 0.5mL citrate
    3. 2.75mL gold and 0.5mL citrate
    4. 3mL gold and 0.5mL citrate
    5. 3mL gold and 1.5mL citrate
    6. 10mL gold and 1.5mL citrate
  • what we actually created
    • 1) 1.236ml gold and 0.5 citrate
    • 2) 2.5ml gold and 0.5 citrate
    • 3) 2ml gold and 0.5 citrate
    • 4) 2ml gold and 1.5 citrate
    • 5) 2ml gold and 2.5 citrate
    • 6) 6ml gold and 1.5 citrate
    • 7) 2ml gold and 4ml citrate

Notes

  • we noticed that added citrate took up some of the gold into solution. The ones that had more gold and low citrate would precipitate out, while high citrate less gold would be in solution.