Experimental Design and Practical Aspects
This chapter summarizes basic experimental setup and precautions to be made for successful measurements in analytical ultracentrifugation. There are two types of ultracentrifuge, XL-A and XL-I from Beckman Coulter Co. Ltd. A new ultracentrifuge, CFA analytical ultracentrifuge, is described in Chap. 3.
KeywordsAnalytical ultracentrifugation Sedimentation velocity Sedimentation equilibrium Rotor Cell
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