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

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Under these conditions the prolate ellipsoid is a reasonable approximation for a

rigid

solvated

Under these conditions the prolate ellipsoid is a reasonable approximation for a

rigid

**rod**and Eqs . ( 28 ) and ( 29 ) can be ... The evaluation of the dimensions ofsolvated

**rods**is treated in Section VI , A , and the question of rigidity of**rods**is ...Page 123

Rigid

approximated by prolate ellipsoids of revolution . For large values of the axial

ratio p , it is seen in Fig . 2 that the viscosity increment v is proportional to p1 . 8 .

For

Rigid

**Rods**At the other extreme there is the case of rigid**rods**which can beapproximated by prolate ellipsoids of revolution . For large values of the axial

ratio p , it is seen in Fig . 2 that the viscosity increment v is proportional to p1 . 8 .

For

**rods**...Page 128

It has been possible , in the case of rigid

their lengths and rotational diffusion coefficients by measurement of [ n ] as a

function of shearing stress . The results agree satisfactorily ( Yang , 1959 , 1961a

) ...

It has been possible , in the case of rigid

**rods**such as helical PBLG , to determinetheir lengths and rotational diffusion coefficients by measurement of [ n ] as a

function of shearing stress . The results agree satisfactorily ( Yang , 1959 , 1961a

) ...

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Ultracentrifugal Analysis J H Coates | 1 |

Glossary of Symbols | 2 |

Introduction | 3 |

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