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Because the functions M o and K, = f (crosslinker) prove to be linear reciprocal functions, we can vary crosslinker concentration without destroying the linearity of (2) if the concentration is varied in a linear reciprocal fashion. A simple way to d o this is to dilute (all dilution functions are linear reciprocals). 184 g/lOO ml. By using progressively higher concentrations of monomer in the construction of a series of gels, the investigator is effectively diluting the crosslinker with increasing concentrations of monomer.