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Ultracentrifugal Analysis in Theory and Experiment: A Conference Sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences with the Financia

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Ultracentrifugal Analysis in Theory and Experiment: A Conference Sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences with the Financia by J. W. Williams

Ultracentrifugal Analysis: In Theory and Experiment aims to tackle some outstanding problems in sedimentation analysis. The book presents topics such as the thermodynamics of diffusion and sedimentation; diffusion and sedimentation in multicomponent systems; and the frictional formalism in the flow equations of sedimentation. The text also includes topics such as solutions of the general differential equation for the ultracentrifuge; the interpolation diagram for calculating model Schlieren patterns for reversibly interacting systems; and sedimentation of reversibly aggregating substances. Articles on the effects of charge on the sedimentation, the diffusion and the sedimentation equilibrium of colloidal electrolytes; the basic equilibrium equations; and the sedimentation equilibrium in reacting systems are also considered. The book further tackles articles on the optical systems for sedimentation analysis; computational methods of ultracentrifugation; separation cells; and the magnetic bearing for an ultracentrifuge. Chemists, physicists, and biologists will find the book invaluable.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 300
Size: 32.5 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1963
ISBN: 9781483221229 (DRM-PDF)

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