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

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Here , A is the

lowest vibrational level of the ground state and ... B and C are the

the respective vibrations , and n and m are the number of quanta of these

vibrations ...

Here , A is the

**frequency**corresponding to the energy difference between thelowest vibrational level of the ground state and ... B and C are the

**frequencies**ofthe respective vibrations , and n and m are the number of quanta of these

vibrations ...

Page 303

( 43 ) where e , and to are the dielectric constants at very low and very high

the ordinate in ( a ) is the real part of the complex dielectric constant and in ( b ) is

the ...

( 43 ) where e , and to are the dielectric constants at very low and very high

**frequencies**, respectively . ... The abscissa is the logarithm of the**frequency**andthe ordinate in ( a ) is the real part of the complex dielectric constant and in ( b ) is

the ...

Page 309

Another cause of error is due to an inductance ( Schwan , 1963 ) and this

becomes serious at higher

constant e and the specific conductivity k of the solution at each

eer ( A / 1 ) ( 62 ) ...

Another cause of error is due to an inductance ( Schwan , 1963 ) and this

becomes serious at higher

**frequencies**. ... we may calculate the dielectricconstant e and the specific conductivity k of the solution at each

**frequency**C =eer ( A / 1 ) ( 62 ) ...

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SLAYTER | 2 |

The Enhancement of Contrast | 21 |

The Preservation of Specimens | 35 |

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