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

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For

accurately , it should not be treated as an independent parameter . One method

of introducing a constraint of this kind is to recast F in such a way that the

frequency is ...

For

**example**, if the frequency of an absorption band maximum is knownaccurately , it should not be treated as an independent parameter . One method

of introducing a constraint of this kind is to recast F in such a way that the

frequency is ...

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TABLE I

CONVERGENCE IN THE PROBLEM IN FIG . 2 Standard deviation o ( X100 )

Unmodified iteration Cycle Scaled adjustments Damped adjustments Damped

and ...

TABLE I

**EXAMPLES**OF THE USE OF MODIFIED PROCEDURES TO SECURECONVERGENCE IN THE PROBLEM IN FIG . 2 Standard deviation o ( X100 )

Unmodified iteration Cycle Scaled adjustments Damped adjustments Damped

and ...

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The method of estimating the initial values of parameter 1 through 17 is shown for

a model consisting of five bands plus a linear baseline . observed data ( Table X )

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The method of estimating the initial values of parameter 1 through 17 is shown for

a model consisting of five bands plus a linear baseline . observed data ( Table X )

. In this

**example**, the digital standard shape function is that illustrated in Fig .### What people are saying - Write a review

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