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

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When the transition is electrically and magnetically allowed ( case I ) , the zero -

order term dominates the expression for

the corresponding absorption and CD bands of a transition will be centered at ...

When the transition is electrically and magnetically allowed ( case I ) , the zero -

order term dominates the expression for

**rotational strength**and it is predicted thatthe corresponding absorption and CD bands of a transition will be centered at ...

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Finally , the

perpendicular to one another ( or for that matter when R21 || z - axis ; see Eq . (

75 ) ) . The symmetry rule here applies in general not only to a system composed

...

Finally , the

**rotational strength**is zero whenever the transition axes are parallel orperpendicular to one another ( or for that matter when R21 || z - axis ; see Eq . (

75 ) ) . The symmetry rule here applies in general not only to a system composed

...

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The feature distinguishing the Zubkov and Vol'kenshtein calculation from the

Woody and Tinoco calculation is the way in which the nonexciton contribution to

the

nonexciton ...

The feature distinguishing the Zubkov and Vol'kenshtein calculation from the

Woody and Tinoco calculation is the way in which the nonexciton contribution to

the

**rotational strength**of the 7 -o transition is treated ; in the former , thenonexciton ...

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