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

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m is found to be constant during the determination of 72 , as is usually the case ,

we may calculate a

solution after c , is measured . The

...

m is found to be constant during the determination of 72 , as is usually the case ,

we may calculate a

**derived**density p's for the solvent components in the proteinsolution after c , is measured . The

**derived**density is obtained by subtracting the...

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AV

volume change can be obtained indirectly from the effect of pressure on the

equilibrium constant of a reaction In K AV -RT dP ( 30 ) where K is the equilibrium

constant ...

AV

**derived**from density measurements is discussed in Section IV , B . Thevolume change can be obtained indirectly from the effect of pressure on the

equilibrium constant of a reaction In K AV -RT dP ( 30 ) where K is the equilibrium

constant ...

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A symmetry rule for nondegenerate transitions is

the coupling between the ' Lo transition ( at 272 mu ) of one chromophore and the

' La transition ( at 213 mu ) of the other chromophore ( see Fig . 8 ) ; similarly , a ...

A symmetry rule for nondegenerate transitions is

**derived**from a consideration ofthe coupling between the ' Lo transition ( at 272 mu ) of one chromophore and the

' La transition ( at 213 mu ) of the other chromophore ( see Fig . 8 ) ; similarly , a ...

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