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#determine concentration of gold particles
 
#determine concentration of gold particles
 
#find equal amount of reactant free gold particles
 
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The gold nanoparticle concentration that we were using in alpha and beta method were 10^12...The reactant free nps that we are using are 10^11, but we have diluted them tenfold to 10^10.
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*I think that we should have lesser activity in the gamma method as there is less gold nanoparticles per ml
  
 
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March 4th

To DO

  1. determine concentration of gold particles
  2. find equal amount of reactant free gold particles


Notes

The gold nanoparticle concentration that we were using in alpha and beta method were 10^12...The reactant free nps that we are using are 10^11, but we have diluted them tenfold to 10^10.

  • I think that we should have lesser activity in the gamma method as there is less gold nanoparticles per ml