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

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In this case , the partial specific volume of water and of component 3 must be

be an expedient procedure for

of y ...

In this case , the partial specific volume of water and of component 3 must be

**determined**by experiment , a circumstance wherein the density method may notbe an expedient procedure for

**determining**C , and cz . Nonetheless , evaluationof y ...

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The precision of these determinations , is however , not as great as that for the

Pilz et al .

The precision of these determinations , is however , not as great as that for the

**determination**of cross - sections of elongated particles . Thickness can be**determined**not only with plane lamellar particles but also with bent lamellae (Pilz et al .

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The values of log 1 , or log ( 120 ) , are

Q is a parameter which depends only on the total volume of the macromolecules

and is independent ( Debye and Bueche , 1949 ) of the degree of dispersion ...

The values of log 1 , or log ( 120 ) , are

**determined**from the ordinate intercepts .Q is a parameter which depends only on the total volume of the macromolecules

and is independent ( Debye and Bueche , 1949 ) of the degree of dispersion ...

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