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

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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

intensity ...

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

intensity ...

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

The signal following the 90° pulse is

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

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

The signal following the 90° pulse is

**zero**at a particular time ta. be extracted bysuitable mathematical or graphical means. The sequence of events in this ...

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