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[Q] diffusion constant of TAE buffer

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Old 08-06-2003, 04:21 PM
Yi-Kuen Lee
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Default [Q] diffusion constant of TAE buffer



Hello,

I have been looking for the approximate diffusion constant of one DNA
buffer (TAE= tris-Acetate-EDTA, [Only registered users see links. ]) which
is commonly used for DNA electrophoresis. I found some reference book such
as Tyrrell's Diffusion in Liquids in the library. However, I can't find the
TAE diffusion constant. Can you give me some suggestion? Thank you!


Yi-Kuen

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