Sunday, August 14, 2011

What I learned during the last six weeks...

I learned what the following things are:
  • MUA (11-mercaptoundecanoic acid)
  • MBA (not a business degree)
  • EDC and NHS
  • functionalization
  • IgG
  • Surface plasmon resonance
  • nanohole arrays
  • purging
  • FTIR
  • ellipsometry
  • extraordinary optical transmission
  • self-assembled monolayer
  • thiol
  • parafilm
  • atomic force microscope
I learned how to:
  • make self-assembled MUA layers
  • do a purging
  • use a micro pipette
  • prepare piranha solution
  • clean chips with piranha solution
  • dry chips with a stream of nitrogen
  • work with an FTIR spectrometer
  • work with an ellipsometer
  • gown for the clean room

I am pretty sure I did not list everything, but still - it is a very impressive list!
RET rocks!


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