Biophysics

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Alpha Science Int'l Ltd., 2002 - Science - 253 pages
This work not only addresses the needs of biologists and biochemists but also contains material for a one-semester course offered to Masters students of life sciences. It covers a range of topics from quantum mechanics to pre-biotic evolution, and refreshes the reader's knowledge of physics and chemistry. It covers various physico-chemical techniques used to study biomolecular structures, and discusses spectroscopy, microscopy, diffraction and computational techniques.
 

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Contents

Separation Techniques
24
PhysicoChemical Techniques to Study Biomolecules
37
Spectroscopy
58
Light Microscopy
77
Electron Microscopy
86
NMR Spectroscopy
112
Molecular Modelling
131
Maeromolecular Structure
144
Energy Pathways in Biology
174
Biomechanics
199
Neurobiophysics
210
Origin and Evolution of Life
232
INDEX 247
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