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Back in the day for high school stage productions we would rent dry ice foggers from a local theater supply company. These consisted of a 50 gallon drum which would be filled 1/3- 1/2 with water that would be heated by a submersible heating element in the base. The drum had a hatch in the top of the drum which was used to load dry ice into a basket that could be raised and lowered in and out of the water. Towards the top were two ports which dryer vent tubes would be attached. The final element was a fan also in the lid, which would blow air in, forcing the fog out the tubes. With two of these we could fill a stage with 2ft of fog in about 5 minutes.
I agree that this is a useful post but seeing as it is science-based it may be worth editing it slightly. Cyanobacteria do not have chloroplasts. Only certain Eukaryotes (cells with nuclei) have chloroplasts (e.g., algae, land plants). see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyanobacteria As your final step correctly indicates you are measuring the total amount of chlorophyll liberated during the MeOH treatment.
Jon,Dig the design - plans and tips were useful. Found a 12" x 5' plank of poplar at the hardware store. No gluing up required. I used 2 coats of an all-weather satin poly I had laying around to finish it. Cheers,Patrick