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* Many microsphere samples only maintained two data points of information because not enough sample was present for analysis after the safflower oil was cooked off or removed by heat.  
* Many microsphere samples only maintained two data points of information because not enough sample was present for analysis after the safflower oil was cooked off or removed by heat.  
*  DSC will not be an instrument for analysis of the microspheres especially when not fully dry or encompassed with large amounts of oil. Instead, X-ray analysis will be used.  
*  DSC will not be an instrument for analysis of the microspheres especially when not fully dry or encompassed with large amounts of oil. Instead, X-ray analysis will be used.  
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==Films==
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*All of the PVA/clay films were removed from the freezer and allowed to thaw. The films will be replaced in the freezer. The films prepared on [[User:Moira_M._Esson/Notebook/CHEM-581/2013/04/10|2013/04/10]] will not be replaced in the freezer. These films were placed in the fumehood and allowed to dry. These samples will be run on X-ray for comparison during the next lab session.
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DSC

  • Many microsphere samples only maintained two data points of information because not enough sample was present for analysis after the safflower oil was cooked off or removed by heat.
  • DSC will not be an instrument for analysis of the microspheres especially when not fully dry or encompassed with large amounts of oil. Instead, X-ray analysis will be used.


Films

  • All of the PVA/clay films were removed from the freezer and allowed to thaw. The films will be replaced in the freezer. The films prepared on 2013/04/10 will not be replaced in the freezer. These films were placed in the fumehood and allowed to dry. These samples will be run on X-ray for comparison during the next lab session.



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