## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part 2Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part B deals with the theories and application of selected physical methods in protein chemistry evaluation. This book is divided into seven chapters that cover the ultracentrifugal analysis, light scattering, infrared (IR) methods, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, and differential thermal analysis of protein properties. This text first describes the fundamental ideas and methodology of sedimentation analysis of ideal noninteracting solutes and the problems of nonideality and solute-solute interaction. This book then deals ... |

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... viscosity - average molecular weights of solute

the Fuoss equation for polyelectrolytes effective hydrodynamic volume of the

solute

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... viscosity - average molecular weights of solute

**particles**empirical constants inthe Fuoss equation for polyelectrolytes effective hydrodynamic volume of the

solute

**particle**translational frictional coefficients of spherical and actual**particles**...

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Thus , one would confidently expect that a rigid nonhydrated

the same volume and axial ratio in viscosity measurements ( under shear stress )

, as it would under conditions of sedimentation or diffusion . However , this ...

Thus , one would confidently expect that a rigid nonhydrated

**particle**would havethe same volume and axial ratio in viscosity measurements ( under shear stress )

, as it would under conditions of sedimentation or diffusion . However , this ...

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In 1915 , P. Debye calculated the scattering as a function of angle for a

independent of any assumptions on mass , size , and shape . The steps in this

calculation were : ( a ) evaluation of the interference between all pairs of

scattering ...

In 1915 , P. Debye calculated the scattering as a function of angle for a

**particle**,independent of any assumptions on mass , size , and shape . The steps in this

calculation were : ( a ) evaluation of the interference between all pairs of

scattering ...

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### Contents

Ultracentrifugal Analysis | 3 |

J H Coates | 4 |

Fundamentals of the Method | 5 |

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