## Physical principles and techniques of protein chemistry, Part 1 |

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In vacuum, the relative

reduces to D = E. The absolute value of the

8.84 X 10"14 F/cm. The

density of ...

In vacuum, the relative

**dielectric constant**is assumed to be unity and Eq. (5)reduces to D = E. The absolute value of the

**dielectric constant**of free space is8.84 X 10"14 F/cm. The

**dielectric constant**depends on the temperature anddensity of ...

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(a) (b) Fig. 2. Frequency dependence of (a), the

dielectric loss. The abscissa is the logarithm of the frequency and the ordinate in (

a) is the real part of the complex

part ...

(a) (b) Fig. 2. Frequency dependence of (a), the

**dielectric constant**and (b), thedielectric loss. The abscissa is the logarithm of the frequency and the ordinate in (

a) is the real part of the complex

**dielectric constant**and in (b) is the imaginarypart ...

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After all these corrections, we may calculate the

specific conductivity k of the solution at each frequency C = eer{A/l) (62) G = k(A/1

) (63) where C is the corrected capacity, G is the conductance, and er is the ...

After all these corrections, we may calculate the

**dielectric constant**e and thespecific conductivity k of the solution at each frequency C = eer{A/l) (62) G = k(A/1

) (63) where C is the corrected capacity, G is the conductance, and er is the ...

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