By Q. Cicero (?); J. Murrell, D.W. Taylor (trans.)
An writer, most likely Quintus Cicero, supplies suggestion to a candidate for the consulship at Rome within the 60s BC.
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Suppose we have an idealized colloidal system in which all the particles are spherical and of the same size. Then, at its simplest, the structure depends on just two factors: the volume fraction of particles, and their degree of aggregation. 1 illustrates the sort of structures that can occur at low and high volume fractions as the degree of flocculation increases in the absence of any significant gravitational separation. Za) reminds one of a dilute gas, whereas the concentrated stable dispersion (Figure 4 .
Differential scanning calorimetric study of muscle and its proteins: myosin and its subfragments. , MORITA, J . and TAKAHASHI, K. (1966). Inhibition by some neutral organic solutes of the denaturation of myosin A - adenosine triphosphatose. Journal of Biochemistry, 60, 303-3 16 4 THE STRUCTURE AND STABILITY OF EMULSIONS E. DICKINSON Procter Department of Food Science, University of Leeds, UK Introduction ‘. . let me introduce you to that leg of mutton,’ said the Red Queen. ’ [Through the Looking-Glass, Lewis Carroll] An emulsion is a heterogeneous system containing one liquid dispersed in another as droplets of colloidal or microscopic size.
19a there is a very fine network which may be difficult to see. 19b shows a domain of sample B with this type of fine network structure. This structure is also present in the background of sample A and is believed to correspond to the entanglement bulk structure of the solution. 196. 20. Also in this case a fine network structure is present in the background. Similar to myosin, EHEC can form open branched supermolecular structures, flexible network structures and micellular structures. Contrary to myosin the structural changes of EHEC described above were caused by a change of the molecular composition and not by environmental factors such as pH and ionic strength.
A Short Guide to Electioneering (Commentariolum Petitionis) (LACTOR3) by Q. Cicero (?); J. Murrell, D.W. Taylor (trans.)