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Chapter 9

Electrostatics in Macromolecular Solutions

An aqueous solution containing biological molecules can be described in a general sense as an electrolyte solution. That is, it contains simple ions such as Na+, K+, Cl−, etc., but it can also include macromolecules with a net charge significantly different from unity. Proteins, polysaccharides and ...

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15 Feb 2007
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2007
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978-0-85404-271-5
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978-1-84755-769-8
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