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

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Recall that we have substituted $ 2 for , in

that the values v ' , and V ' s appear in Eq . ( 58 ) ... ( 59 ) The corresponding

parentheses is ...

Recall that we have substituted $ 2 for , in

**expressing**densities and volumes sothat the values v ' , and V ' s appear in Eq . ( 58 ) ... ( 59 ) The corresponding

**expression**for 8z is identical except that the denominator in both terms inparentheses is ...

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The theoretical

given later in full , contain terms having a similar form and which may be

various ...

The theoretical

**expressions**for the longitudinal relaxation time , which will begiven later in full , contain terms having a similar form and which may be

**expressed**as 1 . To m = . A T * 1 + wote ? ( 10 ) where A is a constant involvingvarious ...

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are in fact valid in formulating the optical activity parameters for the degenerate

transitions of a long multimonomeric ( and homogeneous ) helical polymer

provided that the correct level of approximation is retained in the pertinent

are in fact valid in formulating the optical activity parameters for the degenerate

transitions of a long multimonomeric ( and homogeneous ) helical polymer

provided that the correct level of approximation is retained in the pertinent

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