Fwd: Re: some concerns
mahnaz at stanford.edu
Fri Sep 3 09:51:20 PDT 2010
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Subject: Re: some concerns
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 09:29:46 -0700
From: Vasanth <vasanthvj4u at gmail.com>
To: Mahnaz Mansourpour <mahnaz at stanford.edu>
The procedure that I have explained to you is all that we would be doing
at SNF. We would also be doing chrome etching.
There are no other resources that we would be needing.
The procedure for coupling that I explained there would take 3 hours on
the whole and does not require an inert atmosphere.
As I have explained in the procedure, we would need to use a 110degree
Nitrogen Bake oven.
With regards to the size of the substrate, I assure you that we would be
very particular about safety and would use the right vessels to carry
out the process.
Thanks and regards,
On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 8:37 AM, Mahnaz Mansourpour <mahnaz at stanford.edu
<mailto:mahnaz at stanford.edu>> wrote:
I like to know if that is all you will be doing with regard to your
procedure you have sent me. I'm wondering what other resources you
may require (pH probe, for example) and how long these procedures
take (some coupling procedures take hours and require inert
atmosphere, is this the case?
Secondly, I do have to say that the size of your substrate is a concern.
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