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

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numerical

upon the definition employed . ... the partial specific volume are required for

converting sedimentation coefficient

, 4 ) .

numerical

**value**of the concentration on any weight - volume scale will dependupon the definition employed . ... the partial specific volume are required for

converting sedimentation coefficient

**values**to standard conditions ( Section IV , B, 4 ) .

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The number of different

number , which may have the

isotopic nucleus . The finding of discrete

single ...

The number of different

**values**observed was ( 21 + 1 ) where I is the spinnumber , which may have the

**value**0 , 12 , 1 , 32 , ... depending on the particularisotopic nucleus . The finding of discrete

**values**for the magnetic moment of asingle ...

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Turning back to the earlier discussion of hydrogen ion titration , the titration

curves in practice are usually spread out more over the pH range than would be

predicted from the simple application of Eq . ( 1 ) , with one

Turning back to the earlier discussion of hydrogen ion titration , the titration

curves in practice are usually spread out more over the pH range than would be

predicted from the simple application of Eq . ( 1 ) , with one

**value**of K , applying ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Ultracentrifugal Analysis J H Coates | 1 |

Glossary of Symbols | 2 |

Introduction | 3 |

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