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These are some basic knowledge you need to know before you graduate
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Differences between micelles, emulsions, and liposomes
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The chemical structure of DNA (can draw it)
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Some basic properties of DNA: A, B, Z forms, diameter, persistence length
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pKa values of the phosphate and bases (and know what does pKa mean)
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RNA cleavage mechanism and why RNA is less stable than DNA
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What does the pKa of metal bound water mean
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How does dynamic light scattering work
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How does UV-vis work
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How does fluorometer work
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What is zeta-potential
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What is the definition of detection limit and sensitivity in a biosensor
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How does a buffer work, and the buffer range for Tris, HEPES, MES, acetate, phosphate and citrate buffer
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Why gold nanoparticles have red color and then change to blue upon aggregation
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The mechanism of EDC/NSH coupling
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What is charge stabilization and steric stabilization of nanoparticles
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What is the DLVO theory
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What does fluorescence quantum yield, lifetime, and quenching mean
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What does hydrophobic force mean
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How does PCR work
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How does confocal fluorescence microscopy work
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