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Objective

Reassemble four lead plate and spread gold-protein fibers across them.

Description

  1. Use the CircuitWorks® 5 Minute Conductive Epoxy to glue the wire to the palladium leads.
  2. Use a heat gun to ensure the glue dries.
  3. Glue the palladium leads to the Teflon surface with Krazy Glue.
  4. Remove buffer from the mixture of buffer and gold-protein fibers that was made previously, so that the fibers are suspended in as little buffer as possible.
  5. Transfer this mixture to on top of the four gold leads and let the buffer evaporate overnight.

Data

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Notes

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