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

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Using the simple example of noninteracting

of one such

than 2r , where r is the radius . Hence , the volume which is excluded to the ...

Using the simple example of noninteracting

**spheres**, it is obvious that the centerof one such

**sphere**cannot approach the center of another**sphere**more closelythan 2r , where r is the radius . Hence , the volume which is excluded to the ...

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The solid line ( - ) represents the theoretical scattering from a uniform

36.6 Å radius . The dashed line ( --- ) represents the theoretical scattering from six

...

The solid line ( - ) represents the theoretical scattering from a uniform

**sphere**of36.6 Å radius . The dashed line ( --- ) represents the theoretical scattering from six

**spheres**at the vertices of an octahedron . The dash - dot line ( - :-) represents the...

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The paramagnetic contribution itself 1 / T1 , p ( see Eq . ( 1 ) ] , may be considered

in two parts ; first , a direct effect on the protons in the first hydration

surrounding the paramagnetic ion , and second , an effect produced by the

exchange ...

The paramagnetic contribution itself 1 / T1 , p ( see Eq . ( 1 ) ] , may be considered

in two parts ; first , a direct effect on the protons in the first hydration

**sphere**surrounding the paramagnetic ion , and second , an effect produced by the

exchange ...

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