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

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In practice there are a number of ways of carrying out the comparison with

with Uniform Electron Densities . The assumption of a uniform electron density

within ...

In practice there are a number of ways of carrying out the comparison with

**theoretical**scattering curves . a . Comparison with**Theoretical**Curves of Bodieswith Uniform Electron Densities . The assumption of a uniform electron density

within ...

Page 197

The

cannot be expected to agree completely with the experimental curve at the tail

end , and as a rule it is not necessary to calculate the

...

The

**theoretical**scattering curve calculated for the molecule in vacuo , therefore ,cannot be expected to agree completely with the experimental curve at the tail

end , and as a rule it is not necessary to calculate the

**theoretical**scattering curve...

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In addition ,

measurements in the spectral interval 320 to 250 nm fall into a somewhat

different category . Here , the technique is but one of a class of spectral

measurements ...

In addition ,

**theoretical**work bearing on this will be presented and evaluated . CDmeasurements in the spectral interval 320 to 250 nm fall into a somewhat

different category . Here , the technique is but one of a class of spectral

measurements ...

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