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Recall that in Python, the imaginary part of a complex number is indicated by a j (not an i). The function complex(real[,imag]) creates a complex number. The attributes real and imag of a complex number return its real and imaginary part, respectively; and the conjugate method returns its complex conjugate, as shown in the following example:
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CD spectra are measured in a special type of spectrophotometer called a CD spectropolarimeter of which an outline design is shown in Figure 3.37. Since CD depends on differential absorbance, a means of selectively exposing sample to left and right circularly polarized light is necessary. This is achieved by passing a beam of plane polarized light through a photoelastic modulator which is normally a quartz crystal subjected to an oscillating electric eld. The effect of this is to vary the circular polarization of the beam passing through the modulator alternately from left to right with a frequency of some 50 kHz whilst maintaining a constant light intensity. Differential absorption of left and right circularly polarized light is detected at a photomultiplier and converted into ellipticity, , which has units of millidegrees. This term arises from the fact that selective absorption of one of the
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donors will still apply. Nonprofits have been communicating with constituents through phone, mail, or face-to-face meetings for years. And throughout it all, one of the main guiding principles still applies that you will get 80 percent of your income from 20 percent of your donors. This principle makes us all focus on doing a good job of looking after the people who give us money no matter what medium we use to communicate with them. Several factors have conspired over the past few years to make this commitment an even more important area for fundraisers: The increasing costs of donor recruitment, particularly in more mature fundraising markets The growing importance of planned (committed) giving for most nonprofit organizations The expanding public usage of new communications channels, such as the Internet, e-mail, and SMS that have made individuated mass communications possible (forgive the tautology, but you know what I mean!) Companies who have adopted new technologies, (most notably banks and airlines) have raised expectations of the kind of service customers expect. As fundraisers, we have to accept that things have changed, and use that change as intelligently and efficiently as possible. In an ideal world, organizations would look to seamlessly integrate the Internet, e-mail and SMS into existing donor communications cycles. However, there has to be a learning period when we begin to understand how these new technologies can best be used in harmony with more traditional communications channels.
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in cases where hydrophilic residues are enclosed in the interior of the protein, they are usually hydrogen-bonded to molecules of structural water. These are water molecules which form an integral part of the structure of the protein. For example, in the case of bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor, four water molecules are invariably found in speci c locations and steric arrangements in the interior of the protein. We can think of structural water as providing a low-energy option for internalizing hydrophilic side-chains thus extending folding possibilities available to the polypeptide chain. The folding of even a small protein is a highly ef cient packaging process which takes place remarkably quickly with, in the majority of cases, minimum intervention by other molecules. This folding process is accompanied by extensive desolvation of the polypeptide backbone in which hydrogen bonding contacts between water and amide C=O and N H groups are lost. A consequence of this is that such groups then interact with other amide groups by intrachain or interchain hydrogen bonds such as (C=O. . .H N) ( 1; Figure 6.1). This is probably the reason why, in proteins for which three-dimensional structures have been determined by X-ray crystallography, some 50% of amino acids (except glycine and alanine) adopt dihedral angle values close to those of -helix and some 40% adopt values close to those of -sheet. These backbone geometries facilitate desolvation by providing nonwater hydrogen bond partners for amide groups. The surfaces of proteins are more mobile than the interior and consist mainly of hydrophilic side-chains protruding from the protein. These interact with solvent water by hydrogen bonding forming a solvation shell around the protein ( 1). The accessible surface area of globular proteins (As ) is approximately proportional to its molecular weight (M) as follows: As = 11/12 M 2/3 (6.1)
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The GMPs for bulk pharmaceutical excipients [4] emphasize that the stability of excipients is an important contributing factor to the stability of the nished dosage form. Changes in raw materials used or changes in manufacturing procedures of excipients may affect their stability. In addition, the container closure packaging for excipients may vary widely to include but not be limited to metal and plastic drums, plastic bottles, and tank cars, which can affect the stability of the product inside. The stability characteristics of the excipient should be assessed using appropriate storage conditions and storage intervals and the testing should be performed to determine compliance with the established stability speci cations. Results of such testing should be used to determine appropriate storage conditions and reevaluation or retest dates. Samples should be examined at or before retest date to ensure that the material is still in compliance with the speci cation and thus is suitable for its intended use. The excipient stability testing program should be ongoing and should be documented through a stability protocol that will include number of lots tested per year, sample size, test intervals, storage conditions (e.g., temperature, humidity), and test methods that are stability indicating. The materials used for container closures for stability sample storage (if the containers and closures are smaller than
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