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    Millipore milli q water
    NIRS-based discrimination of <t>Milli-Q</t> water and cis-syn T
    Milli Q Water, supplied by Millipore, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 97/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    NIRS-based discrimination of Milli-Q water and cis-syn T

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Detection of UV-induced cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers by near-infrared spectroscopy and aquaphotomics

    doi: 10.1038/srep11808

    Figure Lengend Snippet: NIRS-based discrimination of Milli-Q water and cis-syn T

    Article Snippet: After UVC exposure, 1 mL Milli-Q water was added to the experimental DNA solutions in order to reach the volume required for NIRS measurements.

    Techniques:

    ( a ) The UV-Vis absorption of PPy-IC, PPy-KC, PPy-IC/MWNT and PPy-KC/MWNT composite solutions at a concentration of 1.0 mg/mL in Milli-Q water; ( b ) Stability of PPy-IC, PPy-KC, PPy-IC/MWNT and PPy-KC/MWNT composite solutions at a concentration of 2.0 mg/mL in Milli-Q water.

    Journal: Polymers

    Article Title: Chemical and Electrochemical Synthesis of Polypyrrole Using Carrageenan as a Dopant: Polypyrrole/Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites

    doi: 10.3390/polym10060632

    Figure Lengend Snippet: ( a ) The UV-Vis absorption of PPy-IC, PPy-KC, PPy-IC/MWNT and PPy-KC/MWNT composite solutions at a concentration of 1.0 mg/mL in Milli-Q water; ( b ) Stability of PPy-IC, PPy-KC, PPy-IC/MWNT and PPy-KC/MWNT composite solutions at a concentration of 2.0 mg/mL in Milli-Q water.

    Article Snippet: Milli-Q water (resistivity =18.2 MΩ·cm) from a Millipore Q water purification system was used in all experiments.

    Techniques: Concentration Assay

    ( a ) UV-Vis absorption spectra of PPy-IC at different concentrations in Milli-Q water and ( b ) the absorbance at 970 nm of different concentrations of PPy-IC.

    Journal: Polymers

    Article Title: Chemical and Electrochemical Synthesis of Polypyrrole Using Carrageenan as a Dopant: Polypyrrole/Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites

    doi: 10.3390/polym10060632

    Figure Lengend Snippet: ( a ) UV-Vis absorption spectra of PPy-IC at different concentrations in Milli-Q water and ( b ) the absorbance at 970 nm of different concentrations of PPy-IC.

    Article Snippet: Milli-Q water (resistivity =18.2 MΩ·cm) from a Millipore Q water purification system was used in all experiments.

    Techniques:

    OJIP transients recorded from the youngest, fully expanded barley leaves. A, Main plot. Transients were recorded just before P resupply at 21 DAP. The inset shows transients recorded 7 d after P resupply at 28 DAP. The slope of the quenching curve was calculated between the two dashed vertical lines (between 2 and 10 s). B, Transients recorded for P-deficient leaves immersed in Milli-Q water (P deficient) or P solution (P resupply) for 60 min. All transients were averaged (A, n = 5; B, n = 4, each with more than four technical replicates) and doubled normalized between F 0 and F m . A.U., Arbitrary units.

    Journal: Plant Physiology

    Article Title: The Impacts of Phosphorus Deficiency on the Photosynthetic Electron Transport Chain 1The Impacts of Phosphorus Deficiency on the Photosynthetic Electron Transport Chain 1 [OPEN]

    doi: 10.1104/pp.17.01624

    Figure Lengend Snippet: OJIP transients recorded from the youngest, fully expanded barley leaves. A, Main plot. Transients were recorded just before P resupply at 21 DAP. The inset shows transients recorded 7 d after P resupply at 28 DAP. The slope of the quenching curve was calculated between the two dashed vertical lines (between 2 and 10 s). B, Transients recorded for P-deficient leaves immersed in Milli-Q water (P deficient) or P solution (P resupply) for 60 min. All transients were averaged (A, n = 5; B, n = 4, each with more than four technical replicates) and doubled normalized between F 0 and F m . A.U., Arbitrary units.

    Article Snippet: Then, 1 mL of HS buffer was added, and the suspension was layered onto a precooled Percoll pad containing 2 mL of 5× HS buffer, 3.5 mL of Percoll, and 4.5 mL of Milli-Q water and centrifuged at 1,400 g for 8 min in a swing rotor.

    Techniques:

    a) Intensity of fluorescence registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I suspended in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7) in the presence of 6 μ m of Mn II , Co II , Zn II , Cd II , Mg II , Fe II , Cu II , Ni II , Hg II , and Ag I . b) Fluorescence enhancement in the corresponding suspensions as a function of the concentration of Ag I , Hg II , Ni II , and Cu II .

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a) Intensity of fluorescence registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I suspended in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7) in the presence of 6 μ m of Mn II , Co II , Zn II , Cd II , Mg II , Fe II , Cu II , Ni II , Hg II , and Ag I . b) Fluorescence enhancement in the corresponding suspensions as a function of the concentration of Ag I , Hg II , Ni II , and Cu II .

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence, Concentration Assay

    a) Fluorescence intensity at λ =540 nm of I in water (1.7 μ m in H 2 O at pH 7; λ ex =490 nm) registered as a function of time while stirring the solution in a cuvette in the absence (blue line) and presence (black line) of Hg II (500 ppb). Red lines correspond to fits of the data to a first‐order kinetic reaction model. b) Absorption spectra of I (1.7 μ m , Milli‐Q water, pH 7) in the absence and in the presence of Hg II (0–3 ppm). Inset: Photograph showing the color changing from pink to yellow; see also Figure S1 for a larger version. From left to right, c Hg =0, 0.1, and 0.8 ppm. c) Corresponding fluorescence spectra ( λ ex =490 nm). d) Normalized excitation (d.1, top; λ em =564 nm) and emission (d.2, bottom; λ ex =490 nm) titration spectra. e) Plot of fluorescence enhancement ratio, Δ F / F 0 , that is, ( F − F 0 )/ F 0 , registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) as a function of Hg II added. Inset: Photograph showing change in fluorescence under UV light ( λ ex =365 nm) in the absence and in the presence of Hg II (2 ppm).

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a) Fluorescence intensity at λ =540 nm of I in water (1.7 μ m in H 2 O at pH 7; λ ex =490 nm) registered as a function of time while stirring the solution in a cuvette in the absence (blue line) and presence (black line) of Hg II (500 ppb). Red lines correspond to fits of the data to a first‐order kinetic reaction model. b) Absorption spectra of I (1.7 μ m , Milli‐Q water, pH 7) in the absence and in the presence of Hg II (0–3 ppm). Inset: Photograph showing the color changing from pink to yellow; see also Figure S1 for a larger version. From left to right, c Hg =0, 0.1, and 0.8 ppm. c) Corresponding fluorescence spectra ( λ ex =490 nm). d) Normalized excitation (d.1, top; λ em =564 nm) and emission (d.2, bottom; λ ex =490 nm) titration spectra. e) Plot of fluorescence enhancement ratio, Δ F / F 0 , that is, ( F − F 0 )/ F 0 , registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) as a function of Hg II added. Inset: Photograph showing change in fluorescence under UV light ( λ ex =365 nm) in the absence and in the presence of Hg II (2 ppm).

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence, Titration

    a) Absorption spectrum (red) and fluorescence excitation (solid black; λ em =564 nm) and emission (dashed black; λ ex =490 nm) spectra of xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7). b) Normalized absorption spectra of a suspension of xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ in the presence of various amounts of Hg II , increasing from red to blue. c) Fluorescence titration spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ suspended in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7) upon the addition of Hg II . Inset: Corresponding fluorescence excitation spectra ( λ em =564 nm). d) Corresponding fluorescence enhancement ratio (Δ F / F 0 ) registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) for xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ suspended in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7) in the presence of increasing amounts of Hg II . Inset: Magnification of the low‐concentration range.

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a) Absorption spectrum (red) and fluorescence excitation (solid black; λ em =564 nm) and emission (dashed black; λ ex =490 nm) spectra of xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7). b) Normalized absorption spectra of a suspension of xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ in the presence of various amounts of Hg II , increasing from red to blue. c) Fluorescence titration spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ suspended in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7) upon the addition of Hg II . Inset: Corresponding fluorescence excitation spectra ( λ em =564 nm). d) Corresponding fluorescence enhancement ratio (Δ F / F 0 ) registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) for xPRO‐SBA‐ I′ suspended in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 ; pH 7) in the presence of increasing amounts of Hg II . Inset: Magnification of the low‐concentration range.

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence, Titration, Concentration Assay

    a) Absorption spectra (solid lines) and fluorescence excitation spectra ( λ em =564 nm; dashed lines) of BODIPY dye I ( c= 1.6 μ m ) in MeCN (black) and in Milli‐Q water at pH 7 (red). b) Corresponding fluorescence emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of I in MeCN (black) and Milli‐Q water at pH 7 (red).

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a) Absorption spectra (solid lines) and fluorescence excitation spectra ( λ em =564 nm; dashed lines) of BODIPY dye I ( c= 1.6 μ m ) in MeCN (black) and in Milli‐Q water at pH 7 (red). b) Corresponding fluorescence emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of I in MeCN (black) and Milli‐Q water at pH 7 (red).

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence

    a) Absorption (solid red line) and fluorescence excitation ( λ em =564 nm) and emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm; solid black lines) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 , pH 7). b) Fluorescence intensity registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 , pH 7) as a function of time in the absence (blue line) and presence (black line) of Hg II (500 ppb). Note that a suspension of blank xPRO‐SBA (containing no dye) at the respective concentration was used to correct for scattered light in the absorption spectrum.

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a) Absorption (solid red line) and fluorescence excitation ( λ em =564 nm) and emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm; solid black lines) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 , pH 7). b) Fluorescence intensity registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I in Milli‐Q water (0.11 mg mL −1 , pH 7) as a function of time in the absence (blue line) and presence (black line) of Hg II (500 ppb). Note that a suspension of blank xPRO‐SBA (containing no dye) at the respective concentration was used to correct for scattered light in the absorption spectrum.

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence, Concentration Assay

    a) Fluorescence emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I (0.11 mg mL −1 in Milli‐Q water, pH 7) in the presence of different amounts of Hg II . Inset: Corresponding normalized absorption spectra. b) Corresponding fluorescence enhancement ratio (Δ F / F 0 ) registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) as a function of Hg II added in Milli‐Q Water (black line, pH 7), acetate buffer (red line; 10 m m , pH 4), and phosphate buffer (blue line; 10 m m . pH 7). Inset: Magnification of the low‐concentration range.

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a) Fluorescence emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of xPRO‐SBA‐ I (0.11 mg mL −1 in Milli‐Q water, pH 7) in the presence of different amounts of Hg II . Inset: Corresponding normalized absorption spectra. b) Corresponding fluorescence enhancement ratio (Δ F / F 0 ) registered at λ =538 nm ( λ ex =490 nm) as a function of Hg II added in Milli‐Q Water (black line, pH 7), acetate buffer (red line; 10 m m , pH 4), and phosphate buffer (blue line; 10 m m . pH 7). Inset: Magnification of the low‐concentration range.

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence, Concentration Assay

    Absorption spectra of BODIPY dye I (1.1 μ m ; black lines) in a) water and c) MeCN in the absence and in the presence of 1 ppm of cations Hg II (green line), Ag I (red line), Ni II (blue line), and Cu II (orange line; the bleaching behavior of Cu II , which only occurs in MeCN yet not in H 2 O or aq. MeCN, was observed before, see Ref. 41 ). Corresponding fluorescence emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of I (1.1 μ m ) in b) Milli‐Q water at pH 7 and d) MeCN. Inset bottom: Corresponding photographs under UV light ( λ ex =365 nm) of an initial solution of BODIPY I dye (1.1 μ m ) in the presence of (from left to right) 1 ppm of Hg II , Ag I , Ni II , and Cu II .

    Journal: ChemistryOpen

    Article Title: Mix‐ ‐Read Determination of Mercury(II) at Trace Levels with Hybrid Mesoporous Silica Materials Incorporating Fluorescent Probes by a Simple Mix‐ ‐Load Technique

    doi: 10.1002/open.201800111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Absorption spectra of BODIPY dye I (1.1 μ m ; black lines) in a) water and c) MeCN in the absence and in the presence of 1 ppm of cations Hg II (green line), Ag I (red line), Ni II (blue line), and Cu II (orange line; the bleaching behavior of Cu II , which only occurs in MeCN yet not in H 2 O or aq. MeCN, was observed before, see Ref. 41 ). Corresponding fluorescence emission spectra ( λ ex =490 nm) of I (1.1 μ m ) in b) Milli‐Q water at pH 7 and d) MeCN. Inset bottom: Corresponding photographs under UV light ( λ ex =365 nm) of an initial solution of BODIPY I dye (1.1 μ m ) in the presence of (from left to right) 1 ppm of Hg II , Ag I , Ni II , and Cu II .

    Article Snippet: Phosphate buffer and acetate buffer solutions (10 mm ) were prepared with ultrapure reagent water, which was obtained by running demineralized water (by ion exchange) through a Milli‐Q ultrapure water purification system (Millipore Synthesis A10).

    Techniques: Fluorescence