X-Ray Diffraction by Macromolecules

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Springer, Jul 6, 2005 - Science - 504 pages
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The audience for this thorough overview includes advanced undergraduates and postgraduate researchers in macromolecular sciences who can benefit from more familiarity with the use of X-ray diffraction for obtaining structural information on biological substances, natural and synthetic high polymeric materials. X-Ray Diffraction by Macromolecules comprises three parts: fundamental, experimental and analytical, and the volume as a whole may serve as an intermediate textbook to bridge the treatments found in primers and specialist works. It presents a thorough treatment of principles and applications, and gives full, practical details on experimental methods and the treatment of results, along with many examples of actual analysis.

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Nobutami Kasai:

Born in 1929. Graduated from Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University (1951). Doctor of Engineering, Chemistry was granted from Osaka University, in 1962. Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University. Professor emeritus, Osaka University (1992). Professor, Kobe Women’s University (1992). Professor emeritus, Kobe Women’s University (2002). President, Crystallographic Society of Japan (1989 – 1990). President, Asian Crystallographic Association (1990 – 1993). Awarded "The Chemical Society of Japan Prize" (1990). Honorary member, Crystallographic Society of Japan.

Masao Kakudo:

Born in 1918. Graduated from Faculty of Science, Osaka University (1942). Doctor of Science, Chemistry (1953). Professor and Director of Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University (for about ten years). Professor emeritus, Osaka University (1982). President, Himeji Institute of Technology. Professor emeritus, Himeji Institute of Technology. President, Crystallographic Society of Japan (1977). Awarded "The Chemical Society of Japan Prize". Honorary member Crystallographic Society of Japan. Deceased in January 2005