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

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terms in the virial expansion may be neglected . If all the quantities are

determined at a particular x distance in the ultracentrifuge cell , and

measurements are ...

**Equation**( 10 ) as it stands is thermodynamically exact , assuming that higherterms in the virial expansion may be neglected . If all the quantities are

determined at a particular x distance in the ultracentrifuge cell , and

measurements are ...

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( 1967 ) have presented

sedimentation coefficients , of rigid ... The molecular weight of a protein may be

obtained from its so value alone by means of the

...

( 1967 ) have presented

**equations**whereby the frictional coefficients , and thussedimentation coefficients , of rigid ... The molecular weight of a protein may be

obtained from its so value alone by means of the

**equation**[ 8°N677 [ 37 / 46N ] 1...

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(1967), and Kotaka et al. (1968) but not by Ibrahim (1965). Ibrahim suggests that

Eq. (3) is fundamentally more sound, but recent work shows that, at least for

spheres, the Huggins

(1967), and Kotaka et al. (1968) but not by Ibrahim (1965). Ibrahim suggests that

Eq. (3) is fundamentally more sound, but recent work shows that, at least for

spheres, the Huggins

**equation**has a reasonable theoretical basis (Section IV,A).### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Ultracentrifugal Analysis | 1 |

Osmotic Pressure | 13 |

PART | 63 |

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