The hydrodynamic diameter (Dh) of a molecule is defined as the diameter of a perfect solid sphere that would exhibit the same hydrodynamic friction as the molecule of interest. Thus, the Dh value reflects primarily the hydrodynamic friction but is usually also a good estimation of the absolute size of the molecule. Generally, the more globular the shape of a molecule is, the better the Dh value reflects the actual diameter.

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