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In summary, for homogeneous samples, G(s) will show a vertical line, for heterogeneous or associating systems it will be a diagonal line with positive slope, and for non-ideal sedimentation it will be a diagonal line with negative slope. Demeler discusses this methodology in greater depth in Chapter 11. 3 Apparent Sedimentation Coefficient Distributions g*(s) A different strategy to analyse experimental SV data is the differential sedimentation coefficient distribution g*(s). The asterisk on the g emphasizes that it is a distribution of apparent sedimentation coefficients, meaning the distribution of s values of hypothetical non-diffusing particles.
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