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On a usability of various available methods in structural analysis of hydrogel system

TRUDIČOVÁ, M. SEDLÁČEK, P. KRZYŽÁNEK, V., ADÁMKOVÁ K.

Originální název

On a usability of various available methods in structural analysis of hydrogel system

Anglický název

On a usability of various available methods in structural analysis of hydrogel system

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en

Originální abstrakt

Gels of four agarose concentrations were prepared (0,5 %; 1,0 %; 2,0 % and 4,0 %) and a number of structural assays were executed: for dry (shock-frozen in liquid nitrogen and freeze-dried) samples were selected mercury porosimetry as indirect method and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) as direct method; for native (hydrated) samples were performed turbidimetry as indirect method and cryo SEM as direct method. Native (hydrated) forms are usually used for applications, so it is convenient to examine samples in this state, however, there are not many common and available methods for examining the structure of hydrated samples.

Anglický abstrakt

Gels of four agarose concentrations were prepared (0,5 %; 1,0 %; 2,0 % and 4,0 %) and a number of structural assays were executed: for dry (shock-frozen in liquid nitrogen and freeze-dried) samples were selected mercury porosimetry as indirect method and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) as direct method; for native (hydrated) samples were performed turbidimetry as indirect method and cryo SEM as direct method. Native (hydrated) forms are usually used for applications, so it is convenient to examine samples in this state, however, there are not many common and available methods for examining the structure of hydrated samples.

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@misc{BUT159552,
  author="Monika {Trudičová} and Petr {Sedláček} and Vladislav {Krzyžánek}",
  title="On a usability of various available methods in structural analysis of hydrogel system",
  annote="Gels of four agarose concentrations were prepared (0,5 %; 1,0 %; 2,0 % and 4,0 %) and a number of structural assays were executed: for dry (shock-frozen in liquid nitrogen and freeze-dried) samples were selected mercury porosimetry as indirect method and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) as direct method; for native (hydrated) samples were performed turbidimetry as indirect method and cryo SEM as direct method. Native (hydrated) forms are usually used for applications, so it is convenient to examine samples in this state, however, there are not many common and available methods for examining the structure of hydrated samples.",
  booktitle="10th European Symposium on Biopolymers - Program",
  chapter="159552",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2019",
  month="september",
  pages="88--88",
  type="abstract"
}