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

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The plot of the scattered intensity as a function of the scattering angle will

accordingly give a curve , the so - called

the zero angle , where all the waves are in phase , and which rapidly decreases

as the ...

The plot of the scattered intensity as a function of the scattering angle will

accordingly give a curve , the so - called

**scattering curve**, whose maximum is atthe zero angle , where all the waves are in phase , and which rapidly decreases

as the ...

Page 149

Kratky ( 1947 ) was one of the first to investigate the influence of the shape of a

particle on its

spheres go back to Leonard ( 1952 ) , Oster and Riley ( 1951 ) , Schmidt ( 1955 ) ,

and ...

Kratky ( 1947 ) was one of the first to investigate the influence of the shape of a

particle on its

**scattering curve**; he did so ... The**scattering curves**of hollowspheres go back to Leonard ( 1952 ) , Oster and Riley ( 1951 ) , Schmidt ( 1955 ) ,

and ...

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Since the very low - intensity tail end of the

square of the scattering angle it makes a not inconsiderable contribution to the

invariant Q. That is , the determination of the volume will be the more exact , as

the ...

Since the very low - intensity tail end of the

**scattering curve**is multiplied by thesquare of the scattering angle it makes a not inconsiderable contribution to the

invariant Q. That is , the determination of the volume will be the more exact , as

the ...

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