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By V.G. Babskii, M.Yu. Zhukov, V.I. Yudovich

The improvement of latest molecular biology with its growing to be tendency towards in-depth examine of the mechanisms of organic techniques, constitution, functionality, and id of biopolymers calls for software of exact physicochemical equipment. Electrophoresis occupies a key place between such equipment. a variety of phenomena fall un­ der the designation of electrophoresis within the literature this day. One universal attribute of all such phenomena is shipping via an elec­ tric box of a substance whose debris tackle a internet cost due to interplay with the answer. crucial mechanisms for cost iteration are dissociation of the substance into ions in resolution and for­ mation of electric double layers with uncompensated fees on debris of dispersed medium within the liquid. As utilized to the matter of separation, purification, and research of cells, telephone organelles, and biopolymers, there's a vast category of electrophoretic tools essentially based on the methodological charac­ teristics of the method, the kinds of assisting media, and so on. an in depth literature describes using those tools for the research of fluctuate­ ent structures. a few papers are theoretical in nature. therefore, the mi­ croscopic idea has been built quite thoroughly [13] through contemplating electrophoresis in the framework of electrokinetic phenomena in response to the idea that of double layer.

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Integrals of the Chemical Kinetics Equations for "Slow" Variables for the Simplified System of Equations Let us show that, under certain assumptions, the integrals of the chemical kinetics equations are the most natural "slow" variables, slowly varying as all the chemical reactions take place in the mixture. When we introduce such variables, we can divide the mixture into chemical subsystems which, from the standpoint of diffusion transport and similar processes, behave as an integrated whole.

5). Furthermore, we need to specify the N + 1 equations of state for the Ak; the 2(N + 1) quantities ek> hk; the 3(N + 1) components of the external forces Fk; and the N + 10 scalar defining relations for Ok (k = 1, ... , N), N N N k=0 1=0 L Tt L Pk'k. L (qk + ikhk - 1=0 w~ . n,all). 28 CHAPTER! 11. Basic Model for a Multicomponent Mixture In this section, we will consider the model for a multicomponent mixture that is used later. M' ]k = 0, k= 0, ... , N. , we will neglect terms of the type Il*H and ll*(aH/at) (but not the terms rotH).

7) where ai denotes constant coefficients. 8) the chemical subsystem. 7) means that the number ofparticles (the number of moles) in the chemical subsystem is conserved as the chemical reactions occur. 9), it follows that a£k=O at ' k = 12 " ... 11) Thus, the quantities ~k (k = 1, 2, ... 1). 1) has at least one integral, if the solution under consideration contains charged particles. Let Zs (s = 0, 1, ... , N), the charge of the sth component of the mixture, be the number of electrons with allowance for the sign of the charge per structural unit (ion) of the sth component.

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