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

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A shift in the extrapolated line toward lower pressures along the

ordinate suggests permeation of the protein through the membrane or a loss in

the effective protein concentration from any cause . Equation ( 42 ) may be cast

as a ...

A shift in the extrapolated line toward lower pressures along the

**zero**rateordinate suggests permeation of the protein through the membrane or a loss in

the effective protein concentration from any cause . Equation ( 42 ) may be cast

as a ...

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In calculating the Fourier transform , only curves whose intensities are

between the maxima can be used ; that is to say , if the amplitude curve is to have

successive sections which alternate in sign , then the amplitude curve and the ...

In calculating the Fourier transform , only curves whose intensities are

**zero**between the maxima can be used ; that is to say , if the amplitude curve is to have

successive sections which alternate in sign , then the amplitude curve and the ...

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Representation of the observed signals in the 180 ° -1-90 ° method of measuring

Tj . The signal following the 90 ° pulse is

by suitable mathematical or graphical means . The sequence of events in this ...

Representation of the observed signals in the 180 ° -1-90 ° method of measuring

Tj . The signal following the 90 ° pulse is

**zero**at a particular time in . be extractedby suitable mathematical or graphical means . The sequence of events in this ...

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