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

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This function has been evaluated theoretically for various model

rigid nonsolvated spheres ... 0 , the value of the exponent depending on the

degree of interaction of the solvent with the

magnitude of ...

This function has been evaluated theoretically for various model

**particles**. Forrigid nonsolvated spheres ... 0 , the value of the exponent depending on the

degree of interaction of the solvent with the

**particle**. In many cases themagnitude of ...

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Thus, one would confidently expect that a rigid nonhydrated

the same volume and axial ratio in viscosity measurements (under shear stress),

as it would under conditions of sedimentation or diffusion. However, this would ...

Thus, one would confidently expect that a rigid nonhydrated

**particle**would havethe same volume and axial ratio in viscosity measurements (under shear stress),

as it would under conditions of sedimentation or diffusion. However, this would ...

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In 1915 , P . Debye calculated the scattering as a function of angle for a

independent of any assumptions on mass , size , and shape . The steps in this

calculation were : ( a ) evaluation of the interference between all pairs of

scattering ...

In 1915 , P . Debye calculated the scattering as a function of angle for a

**particle**,independent of any assumptions on mass , size , and shape . The steps in this

calculation were : ( a ) evaluation of the interference between all pairs of

scattering ...

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### Contents

Ultracentrifugal Analysis | 1 |

Osmotic Pressure | 13 |

PART | 63 |

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