Excluded Volume for Pairs of Triaxial Ellipsoids at Dominant Brownian Motion

@inproceedings{MVanniprProfDr2004ExcludedVF,
  title={Excluded Volume for Pairs of Triaxial Ellipsoids at Dominant Brownian Motion},
  author={J. M.VanniprProf.Dr. and S. E.C.},
  year={2004}
}
One of the ways in which the shape of a biological macromolecule in solution may be inferred from macroscopically observable solution properties is through the second virial coefficient, B, which arises in the analysis of osmosis and sedimentation equilibrium. B can be interpreted, after due allowance for other factors, in terms of the excluded volume or "molecular covolume," u, between pairs of molecules and can thus be calculated for various simple model shapes. Such shapes as have hitherto… CONTINUE READING