## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part 3 |

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e'V ' Substituting this expression into Eq . ( 51 ) , thus eliminating V ' , the density

of the solution in terms of p ' , C , and p2

( 1 – 02C2 ) + C2 This expression for the density , upon adding a finite mass of ...

e'V ' Substituting this expression into Eq . ( 51 ) , thus eliminating V ' , the density

of the solution in terms of p ' , C , and p2

**becomes**p = c2 ( 1 – 2p ' ) te ( 52 ) p = ' '( 1 – 02C2 ) + C2 This expression for the density , upon adding a finite mass of ...

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The equilibrium expression

partial volume of water changes so little with pressure as to be negligible over

any reasonable range of 7 so that V , may be placed outside the integral sign for

this ...

The equilibrium expression

**becomes**( A ) P . ( us ) po + Sp **** , dP ( 8 ) Thepartial volume of water changes so little with pressure as to be negligible over

any reasonable range of 7 so that V , may be placed outside the integral sign for

this ...

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When T 1,1 > Ta1 , the paramagnetic relaxation rate

- sphere term is usually small but can

water exchange into the first hydration sphere is very slow . is compounded from

...

When T 1,1 > Ta1 , the paramagnetic relaxation rate

**becomes**p / T 1,21 . ... outer- sphere term is usually small but can

**become**dominant if tu is very long , i.e. , ifwater exchange into the first hydration sphere is very slow . is compounded from

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