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

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KCl mixtures . Densitytemperature profiles at a

solution must be prepared from existing data or must be determined .

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**given**diver is calibrated with solutions of known density , such as with aqueousKCl mixtures . Densitytemperature profiles at a

**given**composition of a calibratingsolution must be prepared from existing data or must be determined .

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Since the density of the buoy is constant at a

varying ps with the current , using reference liquids , yields a calibration

expression for use with unknown solutions which is independent of pb . In

practice , a ...

Since the density of the buoy is constant at a

**given**temperature and pressure ,varying ps with the current , using reference liquids , yields a calibration

expression for use with unknown solutions which is independent of pb . In

practice , a ...

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Sydney J. Leach. B. ERRORS IN PARAMETER ESTIMATES When the sum of

squares S has been minimized , an unbiased estimate of the standard deviation

is

Sydney J. Leach. B. ERRORS IN PARAMETER ESTIMATES When the sum of

squares S has been minimized , an unbiased estimate of the standard deviation

is

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