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Casein revisited

Looking at the casein data I took again shows that the time course in which I took the data is due to temperature. I took the data in order of whole, alpha and beta casein. As you can see in the graph, there is clearly an affect of the slide coming up to temperature in each of the assays as well as an overall increase in speeds due to the microscope warming up. The time constant for the exponential fit is on the order of 3 hours. I'm curious to see if taking temperature readings of the objective will show a similar time constant.

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