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

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TABLE I

AND

Body R ? erico Sphere of

TABLE I

**RADII**OF GYRATION R FOR BODIES OF CERTAIN PARTICLE SHAPESAND

**RADII**OF GYRATION R , FOR CERTAIN PARTICLE CROSS - SECTIONSBody R ? erico Sphere of

**radius**Hollow sphere , of inner**radius**Ti and outer ...Page 207

TABLE VI CALCULATED

TETRAMERIC MODELS Model R ( Å ) Sphere Esto > 27 . ... eliminated using the

known equilibrium constant and the

the monomer .

TABLE VI CALCULATED

**Radii**OF GYRATION ( R ) FOR VARIOUSTETRAMERIC MODELS Model R ( Å ) Sphere Esto > 27 . ... eliminated using the

known equilibrium constant and the

**radius**of gyration and molecular weight ofthe monomer .

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... the outer

Guinier plot of the thickness factor log [ I · ( 20 ) ? ] VS . ( 20 ) ? ; in this plot the

straight line ...

... the outer

**radius**was varied from 100 Å up to 200 Å . The figure shows theGuinier plot of the thickness factor log [ I · ( 20 ) ? ] VS . ( 20 ) ? ; in this plot the

**radius**of gyration of the thickness Rt can be obtained from the slope of thestraight line ...

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