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

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If we consider only the first term of the expansion we obtain the one term Drude

only the first term of the expansion , the restriction that the rotation be very far

from ...

If we consider only the first term of the expansion we obtain the one term Drude

**equation**used in the de method with do = de and k = Liqid ; . Since we consideronly the first term of the expansion , the restriction that the rotation be very far

from ...

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In the Moffitt

combining the use of a ' , and b'o values . ...

two

and the ...

In the Moffitt

**equation**one is able to cancel these effects to some extent bycombining the use of a ' , and b'o values . ...

**Equation**So far we have suggestedtwo

**equations**for analyzing the ORD curves of proteins — the Moffitt**equation**and the ...

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F. THE MOFFITT

STRUCTURE Although the existence of B - structure was recognized a long time

ago , the beauty of the a - helical conformation proposed by Pauling and Corey

drew ...

F. THE MOFFITT

**EQUATION**APPLIED TO PROTEINS CONTAINING B -STRUCTURE Although the existence of B - structure was recognized a long time

ago , the beauty of the a - helical conformation proposed by Pauling and Corey

drew ...

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