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

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The scattering curve of a particle , one dimension of which is very large in

comparison to its other dimensions , can be split into two

Porod , 1948 ; Porod , 1948 ) : the Lorentzian

related to the ...

The scattering curve of a particle , one dimension of which is very large in

comparison to its other dimensions , can be split into two

**factors**( Kratky andPorod , 1948 ; Porod , 1948 ) : the Lorentzian

**factor**( Porod , 1949 ) , which isrelated to the ...

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The scattering curve of a lamellar particle is composed of the Lorentzian

the area , which is proportional to ( 20 ) -2 , and a " thickness

Gaussian type . By multiplying the scattering curve by ( 20 ) ? the Lorentzian

The scattering curve of a lamellar particle is composed of the Lorentzian

**factor**ofthe area , which is proportional to ( 20 ) -2 , and a " thickness

**factor**" of theGaussian type . By multiplying the scattering curve by ( 20 ) ? the Lorentzian

**factor**can ...Page 312

The coefficient D in Eq . ( 26 ) regulates the amount of damping and is referred to

as the damping

Marquardt , 1963 ) that the optimization process approaches the " steepest -

descent ...

The coefficient D in Eq . ( 26 ) regulates the amount of damping and is referred to

as the damping

**factor**. If very large values of D are used , it can be shown (Marquardt , 1963 ) that the optimization process approaches the " steepest -

descent ...

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