## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein ChemistryPhysical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry Part C ... |

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If we introduce a dimensionless correlation

replaced by gu ? = Mū ( 29 ) The

statistical mechanics of liquids . The value of the g

orientation ...

If we introduce a dimensionless correlation

**parameter**" g , ” the product can bereplaced by gu ? = Mū ( 29 ) The

**parameter**g must be calculated using thestatistical mechanics of liquids . The value of the g

**parameter**indicates theorientation ...

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The numerical value of this

significance of this

shown first that the plot of é against k " gives a circular plot . Starting from Eq . ( 41

) ...

The numerical value of this

**parameter**ranges from 0 to 1 . The geometricalsignificance of this

**parameter**is given in Fig . 3 as the angle 20€ . €0 . It must beshown first that the plot of é against k " gives a circular plot . Starting from Eq . ( 41

) ...

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calculate the

low field strength by the relation dan 60ano ( 34 ) 1 dt 2 - 0 + 1 Another method

for determining the

calculate the

**parameter**r from the initial slope of the buildup curve for sufficientlylow field strength by the relation dan 60ano ( 34 ) 1 dt 2 - 0 + 1 Another method

for determining the

**parameter**r is the area method ( Yoshioka and Watanabe ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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The Enhancement of Contrast | 21 |

The Preservation of Specimens | 35 |

Examples of the Application of Electron Microscopy to the Study | 48 |

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