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==Description==
==Description==
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* 3 PVOH films were prepared: 0.5 g MW of 22,000, 1 ml glutaraldehyde, and 1 ml of porphrine dihydrogen chloride.
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1) 10 min Glutaraldehyde 1 ppm
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* AAS studies for all the Cu standards: NaMT- concentration of 1.25 g/500 ml, for 1min, 5 min and 10 mins standards, 50 % CEC exchange-concentration of 1.25 g/500 ml, for 1 min, 5 min and 10 mins standards, 100% CEC exchange, for 1 min, 5 min and 10 mins standards, and Fe3O4-concentration of 1.25 g/500 ml, for 1 min, 5 min and 10 mins standards.
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2) 30 min Glutaraldehyde 1 ppm
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3) 60 min Glutaraldehyde 1 ppm
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4) 10 min NaMT           1 ppm
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5) 30 min NaMT          1 ppm
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6) 60 min NaMT          1 ppm
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7) 10 min 100% CEC       1 ppm
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8) 30 min 100% CEC      1 ppm
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9) 60 min 100% CEC       1 ppm
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Operational Instruction for Atomic Absorption Spectrometer:
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How to Operate: turn on the instrument, select element (right side of the instrument), turn the tank gases on, set the slit width to 0.2 nano meters, connect, set parameters, and set calibration.
==Data==
==Data==

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Objective

Atomic Absorption Studies for the Adsorption Filtrate Solutions (films).

Description

1) 10 min Glutaraldehyde 1 ppm 2) 30 min Glutaraldehyde 1 ppm 3) 60 min Glutaraldehyde 1 ppm 4) 10 min NaMT 1 ppm 5) 30 min NaMT 1 ppm 6) 60 min NaMT 1 ppm 7) 10 min 100% CEC 1 ppm 8) 30 min 100% CEC 1 ppm 9) 60 min 100% CEC 1 ppm

Operational Instruction for Atomic Absorption Spectrometer:

How to Operate: turn on the instrument, select element (right side of the instrument), turn the tank gases on, set the slit width to 0.2 nano meters, connect, set parameters, and set calibration.

Data

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Notes

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