## Physical principles and techniques of protein chemistry, Volume 3 |

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

particle on its scattering curve; he did so by approximating particles of ... In

calculating

made: 1.

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

particle on its scattering curve; he did so by approximating particles of ... In

calculating

**theoretical scattering curves**, the following assumptions are usuallymade: 1.

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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 the ...

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 the ...

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curve is influenced by the medium surrounding the particles. The

expected to agree completely with the experimental curve at the tail end, and as

a rule it is ...

curve is influenced by the medium surrounding the particles. The

**theoretical****scattering curve**calculated for the molecule in vacuo, therefore, cannot beexpected to agree completely with the experimental curve at the tail end, and as

a rule it is ...

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