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

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The factors other than the Donnan equilibrium which contribute to the value of B

in the second virial

expression for the second virial

in the ...

The factors other than the Donnan equilibrium which contribute to the value of B

in the second virial

**coefficient**are less well ... A complete thermodynamicexpression for the second virial

**coefficient**in terms of activity**coefficients**is givenin the ...

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come greater with concentration than in the noninteracting case , the

decreases and , therefore , the activity of water increases and this reduces the

pressure difference . If the attractions are sufficient to produce stable associations

...

come greater with concentration than in the noninteracting case , the

**coefficient**decreases and , therefore , the activity of water increases and this reduces the

pressure difference . If the attractions are sufficient to produce stable associations

...

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mechanics to predict the macroscopic properties of solutions and , hence , the

contribution of this volume in terms of the

ve of identical , noninteracting spheres of component 2 is Ve = 802M , ( 40 )

where ...

mechanics to predict the macroscopic properties of solutions and , hence , the

contribution of this volume in terms of the

**coefficient**B . 10 The excluded volumeve of identical , noninteracting spheres of component 2 is Ve = 802M , ( 40 )

where ...

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