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

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The biphasic

to give the concentration distribution through the zone expressed in arbitrary

units. The natural logarithms of concentration values for a series of points evenly

...

The biphasic

**plot**obtained from enlarging the schlieren photograph is integratedto give the concentration distribution through the zone expressed in arbitrary

units. The natural logarithms of concentration values for a series of points evenly

...

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(10) This is the well-known Zimm (1948a)

scattering is measured as a function of angle (usually between 25° and 145°) at

different concentrations. The points are plotted as a function of [C2 + sin2 (6/2)].

(10) This is the well-known Zimm (1948a)

**plot**equation. For this**plot**, thescattering is measured as a function of angle (usually between 25° and 145°) at

different concentrations. The points are plotted as a function of [C2 + sin2 (6/2)].

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Then, the limiting slope of a

slope of the

fcj's are obtained from such a sequence of

Then, the limiting slope of a

**plot**of Mw/XMm as a function of XC/Mm gives fc2; theslope of the

**plot**of as a function of (XC/Mm)2 gives k3; the values of all the higherfcj's are obtained from such a sequence of

**plots**. A typical**plot**of an ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Ultracentrifugal Analysis J H Coates | 1 |

Glossary of Symbols | 2 |

Introduction | 3 |

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