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"Biophysical Chemistry is an outstanding book that delivers both fundamental and complex biophysical principles, along with an excellent. Biophysical Chemistry explores the concepts of physical chemistry and molecular structure that underlie biochemical processes. Ideally suited for undergradate. Textbook of biophysical chemistry. Second edition (West, Edward Staunton). Arthur H. Livermore. J. Chem. Educ., , 34 (4), p A DOI: /.
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Pages Free Energy Bergethon, Peter R. Phase Equilibria Bergethon, Peter R. Engineering the Cell: Molecules in Solution Bergethon, Peter R.
Macromolecules in Solution Bergethon, Peter R. Lipids in Aqueous Solution: Irreversible Thermodynamics Bergethon, Peter R.
Flow in a Chemical Potential Field: Diffusion Bergethon, Peter R. Flow in an Electric Field: Conduction Bergethon, Peter R. Electrokinetic Phenomena Bergethon, Peter R.
Colloidal Properties Bergethon, Peter R. The layout of the book aids understanding by providing boxes which explain particular concepts and formalisms, while not interrupting the general flow. Garman, Professor of Molecular Biophysics, University of Oxford "This is a superb book with something for everyone who works in any aspect of modern molecular biology.
It integrates all major structural and biophysical techniques in a single volume describing them with sufficient rigor for serious physical scientists, but also provides sufficient clarity and practical examples such that those lacking interest or more formal training can still clearly appreciate what is going on.
Every technique and most aspects of theory are beautifully illustrated with simple diagrams. The emphasis is on giving the user enough insight that they can decide whether a particular technique is what they need to solve their problem, with at the same time enough information to allow them to design sensible experiments.
In one volume it replaces three or four of the books on my office shelf that have much less comprehensive coverage of such topics, and at the same time it is right up to date, for example in its descriptions of single molecule spectroscopy and imaging, and the recent developments in electron microscopy.
It will also be a useful advanced teaching tool since each chapter ends with a series of questions that allow students to test their understanding.
This book offers both comprehensive theoretical coverage and nice guides to practical problems solving. The textbook by Klostermeier and Rudolph seems to be a remedy to this problem since it manages in an impressive way to bridge elementary principles of biophysical chemistry and structural biology, and descriptions of modern techniques.
I also find the style of the book very pleasing since it is a perfect synthesis of traditional textbook style, that is simply necessary in this field, and modern graphical annotations including the "box-principle" where important side-themes are summarized and presented optimally.