Biomod/2011/Harvard/HarvarDNAnos:LabNotebook Nick/2011/06/21

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Tuesday (2011-06-21)

  • Today we had the opportunity to use a lot of expensive equipment! First we worked with Steve in using the Dynamic Light Scattering device to determine the hydrodynamic radius of gold nanoparticles. Later in the day, we worked with Adam on the TEM and looked at E.coli cells infected with bacteriophages.


What a Typical TEM Looks Like