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

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... of wormlike chain r end-to-end length of random

end-to-end length of random

random

... of wormlike chain r end-to-end length of random

**coil**(r8>.v"2 root-mean-squareend-to-end length of random

**coil**(<S2).,"2 root-mean-square radius of gyration ofrandom

**coil**n number of bonds in random**coil**I length of each bond in random ...Page 120

Thus <r%v = Psotn (38) and a (unlike s) is dependent on the number of bonds n,

and takes account of expansion of the flexible

solvent. It is defined by the equation where (r02)av is the mean square end-to-

end ...

Thus <r%v = Psotn (38) and a (unlike s) is dependent on the number of bonds n,

and takes account of expansion of the flexible

**coil**due to interactions with thesolvent. It is defined by the equation where (r02)av is the mean square end-to-

end ...

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Helix-to-

originally observed for PBLG by means of optical rotation (Doty and Yang, 1956)

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

Helix-to-

**Coil**Transition The reversible interconversion of helix to flexible**coil**wasoriginally observed for PBLG by means of optical rotation (Doty and Yang, 1956)

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

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### Contents

Ultracentrifugal Analysis J H Coates | 1 |

Glossary of Symbols | 2 |

Introduction | 3 |

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