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PHỤ LỤC

MỘT SỐ HÌNH ẢNH TRONG Q TRÌNH NGHIÊN CỨU

Hình 1. Phòng thí nghiệm Hóa Lý, Bộ mơn Lý - Lý sinh y học

Hình 2: Phòng chứa thiết bị đo UV-Hitachi UH5300



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Hình 3. Ảnh chụp quá trình chế tạo RMGC

Hình 4. Ảnh chụp quá trình lọc vật liệu sau khi phản ứng

Hình 5. Ảnh chụp khảo sát ảnh hưởng của pH

ến sự hấp phụ của VLHP.



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