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Center Photos


 

PolyRMC Lab space in the Israel Building:

 

Bringing the PL-ACOMP unit to Tulane; everybody is involved in the process...

(Left: Mike, Pascal, Prof. Reed, Demian, and Alex; Right: Pascal and Mike)

 

Once the new ACOMP unit is in place, what is left is just to unlock the cabinets, and... press the "On" button...

 

(Alina and Mike)

 

Various projects going on require different ACOMP configurations:

Typical ACOMP set-up for monitoring emulsion polymerization reactions (Alina Alb)

 

A simpler version of ACOMP set-up: solution polymerization monitoring (Tomasz Kreft)

 

Prof. Reed, making sure that experiments agree with theory,



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