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==Objective==
==Objective==
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To prepare additional hydrogels, prepare 0.1% QAS films, crosslink the 0.01% QAS film, measure the swelling, filter the 1% QAS
==Description==
==Description==
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* The 1% QAS was filtered using a vacuum pump and a buchner funnel.
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<u>Hydrogel Preparation</u>
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<u>QAS Film Preparation</u>
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<u>QAS Film Crosslinking</u>
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<u>Swelling</u>
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* butyne-1-ol hydrogel: original mass = 1.0120 g, mass after soaking in water over weekend = 2.1100 g, total increase in water = 1.098 g
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* isopropanol hydrogel: original mass = 1.1387 g, mass after soaking in water over weekend = 1.9740 g, total increase in water = 0.8353 g
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==Data==
==Data==
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No data was collected today
==Notes==
==Notes==

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Objective

To prepare additional hydrogels, prepare 0.1% QAS films, crosslink the 0.01% QAS film, measure the swelling, filter the 1% QAS

Description

  • The 1% QAS was filtered using a vacuum pump and a buchner funnel.

Hydrogel Preparation


QAS Film Preparation


QAS Film Crosslinking



Swelling

  • butyne-1-ol hydrogel: original mass = 1.0120 g, mass after soaking in water over weekend = 2.1100 g, total increase in water = 1.098 g
  • isopropanol hydrogel: original mass = 1.1387 g, mass after soaking in water over weekend = 1.9740 g, total increase in water = 0.8353 g


Data

No data was collected today

Notes

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