## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part 2 |

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... and semiminor axes of ellipsoid of revolution axial ratio of ellipsoid specific

volume of solute functions of the axial ratio length and diameter of a cylindrical

solute particle persistence length of wormlike chain end-to-end length of random

... and semiminor axes of ellipsoid of revolution axial ratio of ellipsoid specific

volume of solute functions of the axial ratio length and diameter of a cylindrical

solute particle persistence length of wormlike chain end-to-end length of random

**coil**...Page 120

Thus ( 12 ) av = l ? sa ? n ( 38 ) and a ( unlike s ) is dependent on the number of

bonds n , and takes account of expansion of the flexible

with the solvent . It is defined by the equation ( 39 ) ( 70 ) av where ( ro ? ) ay is

the ...

Thus ( 12 ) av = l ? sa ? n ( 38 ) and a ( unlike s ) is dependent on the number of

bonds n , and takes account of expansion of the flexible

**coil**due to interactionswith the solvent . It is defined by the equation ( 39 ) ( 70 ) av where ( ro ? ) ay is

the ...

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Helix - to -

was originally observed for PBLG by means of optical rotation ( Doty and Yang ,

1956 ) and viscometry ( Doty , 1957 ) . Since then a tremendous amount of work ...

Helix - to -

**Coil**Transition The reversible interconversion of helix to flexible**coil**was originally observed for PBLG by means of optical rotation ( Doty and Yang ,

1956 ) and viscometry ( Doty , 1957 ) . Since then a tremendous amount of work ...

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### Contents

Ultracentrifugal Analysis | 1 |

Osmotic Pressure | 13 |

PART | 63 |

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