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  • Manual-Front page
    page Title Filter Display 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 All Article Title Author Hits 1 Diamond Sign Fadhlullah Ramadhani 1570 2 Manual Uploading MSDS Fadhlullah Ramadhani 1073 3 Flexible Robot Dip Coating Machine Zaheer Abbas Khan 1411 4 Hydrogen Production by Methanol Reforming Supamas Denwittavakul 3187 5 CVD Reactor Pattamon Teerapanich 1390 6 Vacuum Oven Sunandan Baruah 971 7 Dip Coating Machine Zaheer Abbas Khan 2308 8

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  • Experimental Protocol
    General queries Research queries Responsibilities Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology Experimental Protocol Wednesday 08 September 2010 16 30 Ajaya Sapkota Synthesis techniques ZnO nanorods growth via hydrothermal method ZnO nanorods growth via microwave synthesis ZnO nanoparticles synthesis Ag nanoparticles synthesis Au nanoparticles synthesis Microbiological methods Streak plating technique Pour plating technique E coli cell culture technique S aureus cell culture technique A niger cell culture technique Photocatalysis Dye degradation via

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  • Layer-by-Layer Dip Coating Technique
    alternating layers of oppositely charged materials over the substrate with intermediate steps of wash and dry LBL assembly provides the flexibility of using a wide variety of charged materials including polyions metals ceramics nanoparticles and biological molecules This method also gives the high degree of control over the thickness of each layer in the order of nanometer range Substrates are alternately dipped in colloidal solutions containing anionic and cationic species which adsorb onto the solid support mainly via electrostatic interactions LbL deposition technique is based on dipping flat substrates in aqueous solutions so there is no limitation in size and shape of these substrates The rinsing of substrates in deionized water removes the loosely bonded particles Maintaining and controlling the pH of the colloidal solutions and the adsorbed layers during the LBL process by rinsing in respective pH buffers improves the absorption of deposited films Safety Gold chloride can cause strong skin and eye irritation Trisodium citrate is slightly hazardous if inhaled and cause irritation in case of skin or eye contact Long term exposure to TEOS may cause kidney or liver damage Ammonium hydroxide is poisonous dangerous and corrosive NH 4 OH causes severe irritation of upper respiratory tract

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  • Wet mount of fungi
    Research queries Responsibilities Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology Wet mount of fungi Friday 12 November 2010 03 22 Mayuree Jaisai Description Use A wet mount slide is the most common type of slide preparation for microscope work Wet mount slides are used to view living organisms as well as liquid substances of all kinds Some samples can be placed directly under the microscope The water helps support the sample and it fills the space between the cover slip and the slide allowing light to pass easily through the slide the sample and the cover slip Using this method the morphology shape and size of fungi can be seen Safety Before start the experiments always spray 70 alcohol on the table and inside laminar hood While performing the experiments always wear lab safety glasses to prevent chemical irritants from entering the eyes and facemask for protect snuff spores in your body Use lab gown to avoid damage of your clothes Wear lab shoes or slippers to prevent any cut or burns that may occur while handling chemicals and lab equipments Use Gloves must be removed or changed before touching any other laboratory surfaces or equipment and washing your hand before leave

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  • Fungi cultivation and preservation
    Responsibilities Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology Fungi cultivation and preservation Friday 12 November 2010 03 19 Mayuree Jaisai Description Use Maintaining and preserving fungal cultures are essential elements of systematic and biodiversity studies Continuous growth methods in which cultures are grown on agar typically are used for short term storage Such cultures are stored at temperatures from 5 20 C or they may be frozen to increase the interval between subcultures The method is simple and inexpensive because specialized equipment is not required The maximum duration of storage with the species being preserved is 6 months Safety Before starting the experiments always spray 70 alcohol on the table and inside laminar hood While performing the experiments always wear lab safety glasses to prevent chemical irritants from entering the eyes and facemask for protect snuff spores in your body Use lab gown to avoid damage of your clothes Wear lab shoes or slippers to prevent any cut or burns that may occur while handling chemicals and lab equipments Gloves must be removed or changed before touching any other laboratory surfaces or equipment and washing your hand before leave from lab room After performing the experiments and before discarding the fungal culture

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  • Streak plate technique
    agar medium into three zones reflaming the loop between zones After incubation single species colonies should be visible within the third zone Safety Before start the experiments always spray 70 alcohol on the table and inside laminar hood While performing the experiments always wear lab safety glasses to prevent chemical irritants from entering the eyes and facemask for protect snuff spores in your body Use lab gown to avoid damage

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  • Spread plate technique
    used for the enumeration of aerobic microorganisms from the given sample This can be done by serial diluting the samples placing 0 1ml of the diluted sample in the middle of an agar plate and spreading the sample over the surface with a help of an L rod After incubating it in a suitable temperature for a period of time the colonies can be counted Safety Before start the experiments always spray 70 alcohol on the table and inside laminar hood While performing the experiments always wear lab safety glasses to prevent chemical irritants from entering the eyes and facemask for protecting spores from entering your body Use lab gown to avoid damage of your clothes Wear lab shoes or slippers to prevent any cut or burns that may occur while handling chemicals and lab equipments Gloves must be removed or changed before touching any other laboratory surfaces or equipment and washing your hand before leave from lab room Take care while handling the microorganisms They can cause diseases if not taken good care of Countable limit of this procedure is 30 to 300 colonies per plate If the number of colonies in the plate is less than 30 centrifuge

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  • Drop plate technique
    be used to determine the number of viable suspended bacteria in a known beaker volume Some advantages of the drop plate method are less time saves growth medium the plate can be duplicated and the numbers of colonies appearing per 10 µl drops can be averaged to determine the plate count samples can be distributed in drops colony counting can be done faster and perhaps more accurately Safety Before the start of the experiments always spray 70 alcohol on the table and inside laminar hood While performing the experiments always wear lab safety glasses to prevent chemical irritants from entering the eyes and facemask for prevention of snuff spores from entering your body Use lab gown to avoid damage of your clothes Wear lab shoes or slippers to prevent any cut or burns that may occur while handling chemicals and lab equipments Gloves must be removed or changed before touching any other laboratory surfaces or equipment and washing your hand before leave from lab room Do not dispose off the bacteria without autoclaving them first Countable limit of this procedure is 3 to 30 colonies per drop If the number of colonies in the plate is less than 3 centrifuge

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