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==Objective==
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To remake the films containing maleic acid.
==Description==
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# One film was made containing 0.5251 g PVA (MW = 22,000) and 0.0507 g maleic acid, with 3 drops of HCl in 5 mL water.
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# Another film was made containing 0.5009 g PVA (MW = 22,000) and 0.0540 g maleic acid with 3 drops of H<sub>2</sub>PO<sub>4</sub>.
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# The two gel mixtures were allowed to stir until the PVA completely dissolved.
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# The gel solutions were then poured into a small dish and the water was allowed to evaporate.
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==Data==
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==Notes==
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No data was collected.
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Objective

To remake the films containing maleic acid.

Description

  1. One film was made containing 0.5251 g PVA (MW = 22,000) and 0.0507 g maleic acid, with 3 drops of HCl in 5 mL water.
  2. Another film was made containing 0.5009 g PVA (MW = 22,000) and 0.0540 g maleic acid with 3 drops of H2PO4.
  3. The two gel mixtures were allowed to stir until the PVA completely dissolved.
  4. The gel solutions were then poured into a small dish and the water was allowed to evaporate.


Data

No data was collected.


Notes


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