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Dynamics of Macromolecular Motion

  • H Z Cummins
  • P N Pusey
Part of the Nato Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 23)

Abstract

One of the main areas of application of photon correlation techniques continues to be the study of the dynamics of macromolecular motion ie translational and rotational Brownian motions, including internal motions of flexible macromolecules. This topic has been reviewed in detail elsewhere (eg the books by Chu1 and Berne and Pecora2 and the articles by Cummins3 and Pusey4 in the proceedings of the last Capri institute). This article will contain a brief outline of the field with a more complete description of developments which have occurred in the last three years (up to mid-1976). References 1–4 can be consulted for further details concerning earlier developments. In section 2 we consider the motions of identical non-interacting particles. Section 2.1 is concerned with translational diffusion and the information which can be obtained from translational diffusion coefficients. In sections 2.2 and 2.3 we discuss briefly rotational and flexing motions. The effects and detection of sample polydispersity (non-identical particles) are considered in section 3 while section 4 is devoted to the effects of particle interactions. Perhaps the most common source of error in measurements in this whole area is the presence of particulate contaminants or “dust” in the solution under study. Section 5 contains a description of the effects of dust as well as a brief discussion of various methods which have been suggested for minimizing its deleterious effects. In the Appendix we present the results of a literature search covering the period 1973-mid 1976. The number of entries, nearly 200, emphasizes the wide-ranging activity in this field. Note that, besides this bibliography, there is a separate set of references applying to the text.

Keywords

Light Scattering Chem Phys Intensity Fluctuation Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy Translational Diffusion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H Z Cummins
    • 1
  • P N Pusey
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of PhysicsCity College - CUNYNew YorkUSA
  2. 2.Royal Signals and Radar EstablishmentMalvern, WorcsUK

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