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

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4.

arises from the fact that the liquid issuing from the capillary has greater kinetic

energy than that in the bulb above. Some of the hydrostatic pressure (hpg) is

therefore ...

4.

**Corrections**to Measurements a. Kinetic Energy of Solution. This**correction**arises from the fact that the liquid issuing from the capillary has greater kinetic

energy than that in the bulb above. Some of the hydrostatic pressure (hpg) is

therefore ...

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In practice, this

R, and in any case is incorporated with the kinetic energy

procedure which involves the use of Eq. (12). c. Density of Solution. In Section III,

A,3 ...

In practice, this

**correction**becomes negligibly small with viscometers in which L »R, and in any case is incorporated with the kinetic energy

**correction**by theprocedure which involves the use of Eq. (12). c. Density of Solution. In Section III,

A,3 ...

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least square of experimental points; , same data after

ionization; , same data after

and added (lOr5 r/2) electrolyte; ..., curve obtained by adding calculated values of

...

least square of experimental points; , same data after

**correction**for progressiveionization; , same data after

**correction**of points both for progressive ionizationand added (lOr5 r/2) electrolyte; ..., curve obtained by adding calculated values of

...

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Ultracentrifugal Analysis J H Coates | 1 |

Glossary of Symbols | 2 |

Introduction | 3 |

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