User:Anneliese Faustino/Notebook/671 Nanoparticles/2016/09/21

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Samples

See previous entry for images of samples after preparation.

Data

The chart below shows the absorbance scans across 200-800 nm for pH 4-12 with fructose concentration 0.75 mM.

160921 UVVIS 0.75.PNG

The chart below shows the absorbance scans across 200-800 nm for pH 4-12 with fructose concentration 1.25 mM.

160921 UVVIS 1.25.PNG

The chart below shows the A(530) for pH 4-12 with fructose concentration 0.75 mM.

160921 A530 0.75.PNG

The chart below shows the A(530) for pH 4-12 with fructose concentration 1.25 mM.

160921 A530 1.25.PNG


Similarly to the UV-Vis samples from the 13th, the pH 11-12 solutions were more clear than pH 4-10. They still had much lower absorbances. The pH 4-10 samples had similar peak absorbances across the fluorescence spectrum scan (200-800 nm). The A(530) of pH 4-10 samples was also found to be similar across all samples.