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# When it has spread to a certain distance, the wick is removed and the paper dried. The paper is then exposed to indirect sunlight to let the image develop.
 
# When it has spread to a certain distance, the wick is removed and the paper dried. The paper is then exposed to indirect sunlight to let the image develop.
  
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==Resources/Links===
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#[http://www.dynamis.tv/fr/cristallisation-sensible-morphochromatographie-biodynamie.php Chromatograpy of wine]
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#[http://www.levity.com/alchemy/kolisko.html Capillary Dynamolysis]
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#[http://biodyn.se/en/forskning-pagar/ Scandenavian Biodynamics Research]
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#[https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/2165-7866/2165-7866-1-101.php?%252520aid=2429 Academic paper on Capillary Dynamolysis Image Discrimination Using Neural Networks]
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#[https://ledepotesta.wordpress.com/2016/01/20/koliskos-agriculture-of-tomorrow-pt-2/#more-133 Summary of Kolisko's book]
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[[Category:Protocols]]
 
[[Category:Protocols]]

Revision as of 05:34, 27 March 2017

Introduction

Methods=

This is the recommended protocol from the page of BIO-DYNAMIC ASSOCIATION OF INDIA

Materials

Step by Step

  1. A circular filter paper (Whatman #1) with a cylindrical paper wick sitting in a 0.5% solution of silver nitrate is allowed to absorb the solution, which spreads by capillary action, to a certain diameter.
  2. The wick is removed and the paper is dried.
  3. Meanwhile, the substance to be tested is mixed with a 0.1 to 1% solution of sodium hydroxide and let stand for a period of time.
  4. The prepared filter paper is then allowed to absorb this solution and the substance spreads over the paper.
  5. When it has spread to a certain distance, the wick is removed and the paper dried. The paper is then exposed to indirect sunlight to let the image develop.


Resources/Links=

  1. Chromatograpy of wine
  2. Capillary Dynamolysis
  3. Scandenavian Biodynamics Research
  4. Academic paper on Capillary Dynamolysis Image Discrimination Using Neural Networks
  5. Summary of Kolisko's book