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==Description==
==Description==
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'''Part 1: Filtration with different kinds of film'''
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'''Part 1: Preparing 3 films'''
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*Film 1: 0.5g PVOH, gluteraldehyde (1ml)
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* 0.5 g of PVOH, 6 ml of water and 1 ml of gluteraldehyde.
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*Film 2: NaMT PVOH
 
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*Use 20 ml of CuSO4 during each filtration.
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'''Part 2: UV-vis of the 9 Filtrates (from 7/11/2012 & 9/11/2012)'''
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*Filtration done with 3 different timings. 10 minutes, 30 minutes and 1 hour.
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==Data==
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'''UV-vis Results'''
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'''Part 2'''
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*Lines were close to each other.(what we expected)
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*DSE measurement for
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1) 0.5g PVOH, gluteraldehyde (1ml)
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2) 0.5 g PVOH (100000)+HCl+ Succinate acid
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3) 0.5 g PVOH (22000)+ 3 ml water + Mallic acid + phosphoric acid
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4) 1 g PVOH (22000) + phosphoric acid + Mallic acid
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==Data==
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*Film 1 dissolved during the filtration.
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*The line at the bottom is water blanck.
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'''DSE Results'''
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[[Image:Uv-vis_of_filtrates.png|1000px]]
==Notes==
==Notes==

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Objective

Description

Part 1: Preparing 3 films

  • 0.5 g of PVOH, 6 ml of water and 1 ml of gluteraldehyde.


Part 2: UV-vis of the 9 Filtrates (from 7/11/2012 & 9/11/2012)

Data

UV-vis Results

  • Lines were close to each other.(what we expected)
  • The line at the bottom is water blanck.

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