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

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AV derived from density measurements is

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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As the reader is likely to perceive , the

scant part of an enormous body of ... In addition , a few recent theoretical

advances have been

) ...

As the reader is likely to perceive , the

**discussion**herein has been limited to but ascant part of an enormous body of ... In addition , a few recent theoretical

advances have been

**discussed**primarily because , in the words of Pysh ( 1970a) ...

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In the ensuing

the dimer such that its origin is centered at the ... of two approximations which are

analogous to the monopole and dipole - dipole approximations

.

In the ensuing

**discussion**, it is assumed that a coordinate system is located inthe dimer such that its origin is centered at the ... of two approximations which are

analogous to the monopole and dipole - dipole approximations

**discussed**earlier.

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