## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part 1 |

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They are roots of the characteristic

. | = 0 ( 15 ) ani . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( ann – b ) The procedure will be

demonstrated by discussing a specific example ki2 kez A + B = AB EC k21 The ...

They are roots of the characteristic

**equation**( dii — b ) 012 . . . . din ( 022 – b ) . . .. | = 0 ( 15 ) ani . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( ann – b ) The procedure will be

demonstrated by discussing a specific example ki2 kez A + B = AB EC k21 The ...

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N = [ P ] = nNa This is the well - known Debye

consists of a temperature - independent polarizability term and a temperature -

dependent permanent dipole term . For nonpolar molecules , the second term in

the ...

N = [ P ] = nNa This is the well - known Debye

**equation**for dilute gases . Itconsists of a temperature - independent polarizability term and a temperature -

dependent permanent dipole term . For nonpolar molecules , the second term in

the ...

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This is actually the linear combination of two Debye

case of Eq . ( 49 ) . ... Upon introducing the Perrin

( Perrin , 1934 ) , the critical frequencies in Eq . ( 66 ) are expressed uniquely by ...

This is actually the linear combination of two Debye

**equations**and is a specialcase of Eq . ( 49 ) . ... Upon introducing the Perrin

**equation**for rotational diffusion( Perrin , 1934 ) , the critical frequencies in Eq . ( 66 ) are expressed uniquely by ...

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The Enhancement of Contrast | 21 |

The Preservation of Specimens | 35 |

Examples of the Application of Electron Microscopy to the Study | 48 |

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