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

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Guinier

loge I , – KR202 ( 3b ) In this

the scattering curves are more or less linear over a range of angles and tend , at

zero ...

Guinier

**plot**( In I vs. oʻ ) of the inner portion of the scattering curves . log . I =loge I , – KR202 ( 3b ) In this

**plot**( log I versus 02 ) —called the Guinier**plot**—the scattering curves are more or less linear over a range of angles and tend , at

zero ...

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Scattering curves for IgG - Immunoglobulin in 0.05 M Tris buffer , pH 8 , with the

quoted concentrations c in a Guinier

thick curve ) is carried out as indicated in the figure ( Pilz et al . , 1970d ) . in ...

Scattering curves for IgG - Immunoglobulin in 0.05 M Tris buffer , pH 8 , with the

quoted concentrations c in a Guinier

**plot**. Extrapolation to zero concentration (thick curve ) is carried out as indicated in the figure ( Pilz et al . , 1970d ) . in ...

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1 so that the term in Eq . ( 14 ) containing T , is negligible and Eq . ( 15 ) applies .

Variable frequency data may be usefully presented as a

For cases where 78 is not the dominant correlation time , a straight line is

obtained ...

1 so that the term in Eq . ( 14 ) containing T , is negligible and Eq . ( 15 ) applies .

Variable frequency data may be usefully presented as a

**plot**of T1,1 VS. w ; ? .For cases where 78 is not the dominant correlation time , a straight line is

obtained ...

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