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

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A .

it is tacitly assumed that the dielectric relaxation is characterized by only one

relaxation time . The theory described above is therefore referred to as the Debye

...

A .

**DISTRIBUTION**OF RELAXATION TIMES In the discussion presented hitherto ,it is tacitly assumed that the dielectric relaxation is characterized by only one

relaxation time . The theory described above is therefore referred to as the Debye

...

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For actual systems , Eq . ( 41 ) must be replaced by a more general equation as

follows ( Böttcher , 1952 ) * = 6x + ( 60 – 6 . ) Jo i timer * G ( 7 ) dt ( 47 ) where G (

7 ) is the

...

For actual systems , Eq . ( 41 ) must be replaced by a more general equation as

follows ( Böttcher , 1952 ) * = 6x + ( 60 – 6 . ) Jo i timer * G ( 7 ) dt ( 47 ) where G (

7 ) is the

**distribution**function for the relaxation time . It should satisfy the condition...

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where the mobility

function and developed techniques for ... Gaussian mobility

showed that the mobility

the ...

where the mobility

**distribution**may be represented by the Gaussian probabilityfunction and developed techniques for ... Gaussian mobility

**distributions**andshowed that the mobility

**distribution**can be expressed in terms of the moments ofthe ...

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### Contents

SLAYTER | 2 |

The Enhancement of Contrast | 21 |

The Preservation of Specimens | 35 |

Copyright | |

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