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Default caluclation of duterium percentage of randomly deuterated protein

caluclation of duterium percentage of randomly deuterated protein

Dear NMR WIKIERS ,

IS THEIR ANY NMR EXPERMENT ON 700 VNMR TO KNOW THE duterium percentage of randomly deuterated protein WHICH PREPARED USING 90 PERCENT D20 AND 10 PERCENT H2O ?

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