This application note explains how intrinsic viscosity allows molecular properties to be determined from viscosity measurements
Intrinsic viscosity allows molecular properties to be determined from viscosity measurements. The hydrodynamic radius, corresponding to stability and interaction between protein and media, can be determined from the resulting intrinsic viscosity. Additionally, protein-protein interaction as well as prediction of viscosity at higher concetrations can be determined from KH and KK
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