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Objective

Perform FTIR and DSC on the film samples that were soaked in MG solutions.

Description

I was sick today, so what was done can be found in Tami's notebook.

Data

Figure 1. Shows the weights of the pans, lids and films used for DSC DSCweights2.jpg

Notes

I was sick today and unable to make it to lab. My lab partners, Tami and Andrew, performed the FTIR and DSC in my absence. Although I was absent, I have created charts of the FTIR data gathered by my lab partners.

The Figure 0.1 below shows the FTIR data for the polymer-only samples that were soaked in MG solutions. The Figure 0.2 is a close-up view of the region of the FTIR graph that presented the most separation between sample readings.

Figure 0.1
FTIR for Polymer Without Clay Additions.png

Figure 0.2
FTIR Polymer without clay Close up.png


The Figure 0.3 below shows the FTIR data for the polymer + clay samples that were soaked in MG solutions. The Figure 0.4 is a close-up view of the region of the FTIR graph that presented the most separation between sample readings.

Figure 0.3
FTIR Polymer With Clay.png

Figure 0.4
FTIR Polymer With Clay Close up.png


Analysis of Differential Scanning Calorimetry Data

Data below was taken from Tami's Notebook.

The following figures show the Differential Scanning Results for the PVA with clay at different concentrations of malachite green.(See Figures 1-5)

Figure 1. PVA with Clay
Pva with clay dsc.png

Figure 2. Clay at 2ppm
2ppm clay dsc.png

Figure 3. Clay at 8ppm
8ppm clay dsc.png

Figure 4. Clay at 80ppm
80ppm clay dsc.png

Figure 5. Clay at 200ppm
200ppm clay dsc.png

The following figures show the Differential Scanning Results for the PVA at different concentrations of malachite green.(See Figures 6-10)

Figure 6. PVA
PVA dsc.png

Figure 7. PVA at 2ppm
PVA 2ppm dsc.png

Figure 8. PVA at 8ppm
PVA 8ppm dsc.png

Figure 9. PVA at 80ppm
PVA 80ppm dsc.png

Figure 10. PVA at 200ppm
PVA 200ppm dsc.png