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

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Equation ( 24 ) may be written in terms of the three

, P2 , P3 ) about the ellipsoidal axes . Since 1 Pi = ( 25 ) ( 0 ; + On ) where 0 ; is

the

...

Equation ( 24 ) may be written in terms of the three

**rotational**relaxation times ( P1, P2 , P3 ) about the ellipsoidal axes . Since 1 Pi = ( 25 ) ( 0 ; + On ) where 0 ; is

the

**rotational**diffusion coefficient corresponding to the j axis ( j = 1 , 2 , 3 : j # i , h )...

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Macromolecules with larger viscosities can have values of pn / po either less than

or greater than one , depending on the extent of intramolecular

freedom . The ratio pn / po for native fibrinogen is 0 . 63 . This ratio increases to 2

.

Macromolecules with larger viscosities can have values of pn / po either less than

or greater than one , depending on the extent of intramolecular

**rotational**freedom . The ratio pn / po for native fibrinogen is 0 . 63 . This ratio increases to 2

.

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this case , the angular distribution function , f ( 0 , t ) , should follow diffusion

equation the on = 002 ( 20 ) where e is the

rotation about the transverse axis of the macromolecule , and the symbol v2 is the

Laplacian ...

this case , the angular distribution function , f ( 0 , t ) , should follow diffusion

equation the on = 002 ( 20 ) where e is the

**rotational**diffusion constant forrotation about the transverse axis of the macromolecule , and the symbol v2 is the

Laplacian ...

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