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

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real space pitch of a helix description of a helix with u units in t turns cylindrical

polar coordinates in reciprocal space cylindrical average of the square of the ...

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**function**at the point x , y , z volume of unit cell cylindrical polar coordinates inreal space pitch of a helix description of a helix with u units in t turns cylindrical

polar coordinates in reciprocal space cylindrical average of the square of the ...

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... noG ( n ) dn ( 86 ) where Bno represents the relaxation time , G ( n ) is a

distribution

parameter x such that x = n / n . ( no is an arbitrary number ) and introducing a

new

... noG ( n ) dn ( 86 ) where Bno represents the relaxation time , G ( n ) is a

distribution

**function**, and Act is the total dielectric increment . Defining a newparameter x such that x = n / n . ( no is an arbitrary number ) and introducing a

new

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h ( s – t ) = _ exp l ( s – t ) / 3 ] ( 90 ) 1 + k exp ( s – t ) We can rewrite the

( s ) as follows $ ( 8 ) = g ( 0 ) h ( s – t ) dt ( 91 ) Eq . ( 91 ) can be rewritten in terms

of the Fourier transformation of g ( t ) , h ( s ) , and y ( s ) , namely G ( r ) , H ( r ) ...

h ( s – t ) = _ exp l ( s – t ) / 3 ] ( 90 ) 1 + k exp ( s – t ) We can rewrite the

**function**y( s ) as follows $ ( 8 ) = g ( 0 ) h ( s – t ) dt ( 91 ) Eq . ( 91 ) can be rewritten in terms

of the Fourier transformation of g ( t ) , h ( s ) , and y ( s ) , namely G ( r ) , H ( r ) ...

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SLAYTER | 2 |

The Enhancement of Contrast | 21 |

The Preservation of Specimens | 35 |

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