## Physical principles and techniques of protein chemistry, Volume 2 |

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v = (29) 15(ln 2p - 1.5) ^ 5(ln2p - 0.5) ^ 15 for prolate ellipsoids, and v = 16p for

oblate ellipsoids (30) 15 tan-1 p It is noted that v and hence [77] is a function of

the

v = (29) 15(ln 2p - 1.5) ^ 5(ln2p - 0.5) ^ 15 for prolate ellipsoids, and v = 16p for

oblate ellipsoids (30) 15 tan-1 p It is noted that v and hence [77] is a function of

the

**axial ratio**only and does not depend on the molecular weight of the particle.Page 131

Second, the right-hand side of Eq. (56) is a function of the

and oblate ellipsoids; the relation between the

v has been evaluated by Simha (1940), and between

Second, the right-hand side of Eq. (56) is a function of the

**axial ratio**for prolateand oblate ellipsoids; the relation between the

**axial ratio**and viscosity incrementv has been evaluated by Simha (1940), and between

**axial ratio**and F — ///0 by ...Page 132

Thus, one would confidently expect that a rigid nonhydrated particle would have

the same volume and

as it would under conditions of sedimentation or diffusion. However, this would ...

Thus, one would confidently expect that a rigid nonhydrated particle would have

the same volume and

**axial ratio**in viscosity measurements (under shear stress),as it would under conditions of sedimentation or diffusion. However, this would ...

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Ultracentrifugal Analysis H Coates Glossary of Symbols | 3 |

Fundamentals of the Method | 5 |

Light Scattering | 12 |

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