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  1. Introduction: All across the internet you hear of people talking about decellularization of plants with soap being possible, but nobody seems to have tried it. anywhere. So, with a beaker, grapes, and a solution of 100mL of soap to 400mL water I set to work and ran the experiment for 27 or so days. Procedure: 1.Two grapes were each cut into four slices and laid flat in a 500mL beaker. 2. 100mL of soap and then 400mL of water were poured into the beaker and lightly stirred. 3. The grapes were photographed everyday (excepted for one or two Saturdays when I forgot). 4. The grapes were placed onto a paper towel, photographed, and left to dry. 5. All 8 grape samples were photographed one last time. Results: As shown in the photographs below, the grape slices went from bright green to clear with brown skin. Also note that the grapes appeared to shrink after drying for a day. Anyways, Science Forums won't let me post all the photos here. So, I uploaded them publicly on my google drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Q-CCRs8yAE6Mez3hOIJDefrIs3gM9Y8E?usp=sharing
  2. You could be like Linus Torvalds or Richard Stallman and release the code for free
  3. Hello all, I created this thread so people could share their experiences with the double slit experiment. Below are the files from my attempt to recreate the experiment. Multiple apparatuses were constructed from a paper template. However, there were problems with the cutting of the slits themselves which could have affected the results (shaky hands and delicate cutting don't mix). A 55mw red laser did not produce an interference pattern, but something cool happened when a light from the shop was placed the apparatuses. Double Slit Experiment Paper Template.txt Here are more of the pictures
  4. Ok, this is my first time posting on this forum, so please tell me if I break a rule or something. ANYWAYS..... I found some videos on the internetz about decellularization, and I am interested and would like to try it. I am going to ask if anybody here has some experience with the decellularization of fruit or anything else. If so: 1. Would regular walmart hand soap or store-bought detergent work? 2. Does the ECM decompose in anyway after the removal of the cells?
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