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

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Under these conditions the prolate

rigid rod and Eqs. (28) and (29) can be combined in order to obtain p for the

...

Under these conditions the prolate

**ellipsoid**is a reasonable approximation for arigid rod and Eqs. (28) and (29) can be combined in order to obtain p for the

**ellipsoid**. It is assumed that the**ellipsoid**has the same length 2a and volume as a...

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(2) The introduction of the term "effective hydrodynamic volume" by Scheraga

and Mandelkern (1953), and the notion of the "equivalent

fact that the values of p and vf determined by application of the method may have

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(2) The introduction of the term "effective hydrodynamic volume" by Scheraga

and Mandelkern (1953), and the notion of the "equivalent

**ellipsoid**," highlight thefact that the values of p and vf determined by application of the method may have

...

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Length of Models: Equivalent Prolate

Eq. (53) is combined with the simple equation for the volume ve of the equivalent

prolate

Length of Models: Equivalent Prolate

**Ellipsoid**and String of Spherical Beads IfEq. (53) is combined with the simple equation for the volume ve of the equivalent

prolate

**ellipsoid**, namely, ve = 47ra62/3, then its length 2a becomes 2a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Ultracentrifugal Analysis J H Coates | 1 |

Glossary of Symbols | 2 |

Introduction | 3 |

Copyright | |

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