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

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Debye ( 1929 ) interpreted the

molecules in a continuous medium with friction . He derived an equation utilizing

Stokes ' law for a rotating sphere T = S / 2KT = 4nna3 / kT ( 46 ) where n is the ...

Debye ( 1929 ) interpreted the

**relaxation**time in terms of the rotation of polarmolecules in a continuous medium with friction . He derived an equation utilizing

Stokes ' law for a rotating sphere T = S / 2KT = 4nna3 / kT ( 46 ) where n is the ...

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If the mean - square fluctuation moment is finite , this would exhibit a

the neighborhood of 20 kc and would not contribute any dielectric increment in

the 1 mc region . Takashima and Schwan ( 1959 ) investigated the dielectric ...

If the mean - square fluctuation moment is finite , this would exhibit a

**relaxation**inthe neighborhood of 20 kc and would not contribute any dielectric increment in

the 1 mc region . Takashima and Schwan ( 1959 ) investigated the dielectric ...

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If we insert an experimental value for the

calculate the radius of the protein molecule . Yue and Lumry ( 1965 ) performed

the calculation with myoglobin and obtained a value of 21 . 3 Å for the average ...

If we insert an experimental value for the

**relaxation**time in this equation , we cancalculate the radius of the protein molecule . Yue and Lumry ( 1965 ) performed

the calculation with myoglobin and obtained a value of 21 . 3 Å for the average ...

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### Contents

SLAYTER | 2 |

The Enhancement of Contrast | 21 |

The Preservation of Specimens | 35 |

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