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# 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.  
 
# 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.  
 
# The prepared filter paper is then allowed to absorb this solution and the substance spreads over the paper.  
 
# The prepared filter paper is then allowed to absorb this solution and the substance spreads over the paper.  
# 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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# 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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===Which method to use===
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*Bio Crystallisation, copper chloride crystallisation, proteins
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*Capillary Dynamolysis, vertical filters, ‘rising pictures’, sugars/ bitter materials
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*Bio Chromatography, horizontal circular images, minerals, sugars/ bitter materials
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#[http://www.biodynamic-research.net/ras/rm/pfm Description of methods]
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#[http://biodyn.se/en/bildskapande-forskningsmetoder/ Choosing appropriate methods]
  
  

Revision as of 06:24, 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.

Which method to use

  • Bio Crystallisation, copper chloride crystallisation, proteins
  • Capillary Dynamolysis, vertical filters, ‘rising pictures’, sugars/ bitter materials
  • Bio Chromatography, horizontal circular images, minerals, sugars/ bitter materials
  1. Description of methods
  2. Choosing appropriate methods


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
  6. History of Science Group of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain