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

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The factors other than the Donnan equilibrium which contribute to the value of B

in the second virial

Hence, the quantitative contributions to solution nonideality from the various

possible ...

The factors other than the Donnan equilibrium which contribute to the value of B

in the second virial

**coefficient**are less well understood in molecular terms.Hence, the quantitative contributions to solution nonideality from the various

possible ...

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come greater with concentration than in the noninteracting case, the

decreases and, therefore, the activity of water increases and this reduces the

pressure difference. If the attractions are sufficient to produce stable associations

as ...

come greater with concentration than in the noninteracting case, the

**coefficient**decreases and, therefore, the activity of water increases and this reduces the

pressure difference. If the attractions are sufficient to produce stable associations

as ...

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mechanics to predict the macroscopic properties of solutions and, hence, the

contribution of this volume in terms of the

of identical, noninteracting spheres of component 2 is $2M2 N where the

molecular ...

mechanics to predict the macroscopic properties of solutions and, hence, the

contribution of this volume in terms of the

**coefficient**B.” The excluded volume v.of identical, noninteracting spheres of component 2 is $2M2 N where the

molecular ...

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