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

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Using a very simple optical system , the difference in height h between solution

and solvent is related to the number of interference

44 ) where an is the difference in refractive index between the liquids and vapor ...

Using a very simple optical system , the difference in height h between solution

and solvent is related to the number of interference

**fringes**N , so that h = N. A ) (44 ) where an is the difference in refractive index between the liquids and vapor ...

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... through a cathetometer with micrometer . The pressure at a given setting is the

algebraic sum of the difference in levels at M and in B and L , corrected N. is

determined with a precision of one

... through a cathetometer with micrometer . The pressure at a given setting is the

algebraic sum of the difference in levels at M and in B and L , corrected N. is

determined with a precision of one

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N. is determined with a precision of one

corresponds to an error of 1 to 2 microns in h . By this means , it has been

possible to measure osmotic pressures on nondiffusible solutes which are an

order or more in ...

N. is determined with a precision of one

**fringe**for most liquids , whichcorresponds to an error of 1 to 2 microns in h . By this means , it has been

possible to measure osmotic pressures on nondiffusible solutes which are an

order or more in ...

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