dn/dc values obtained by SPR (flow gradient) and those found in the literature

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Reference Tumolo T, Angnes L, Baptista MS. Determination of the refractive index increment (dn/dc) of molecule and macromolecule solutions by surface plasmon resonance. Anal Biochem. 2004 Oct 15 333(2):273-9. p.276 table 1PubMed ID15450802
Primary Source See pointers to refs beneath table
Method In this study, researchers set up an instrument in which the SPR (surface plasmon resonance) chip is connected to a flow injection gradient (FIG) system [21,22]. With the FIG technique, a mixing chamber (MC) is used as a device to generate reproducible concentration gradients whose refractive indexes are monitored continuously in the SPR chip.
Comments dn/dc is the change in refractive index of solutions as a function of solute concentration. See notes beneath table
Entered by Uri M
ID 107546