Molecular Driving Forces: Statistical Thermodynamics in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Nanoscience
Biomolecules: Molecular Driving Forces
Dill, S. Bromberg and ions, and what insight has been ed in a direct way as in a classroom. Forces: Statistical Driving Forces. As the title aptly des- While the multiple shades of gray Thermodynamics cribes, this textbook approaches the which the figures boast do not exactly in Chemistry and Biology field in a strictly statistical way, thereby carry the reader away, the figures are giving credit to the fine structure of invariably highly instructive, visualiz- the systems under investigation.
Unfortunately no solu- come in painfully large numbers. At very basics; so basic in fact that it can tions are included! Students will there- the individual level, chemistry is a safely be said to be a self-contained fore have to rely on external help if they microscopic science. Before any of encounter difficulties at this stage. Ludwig Boltz- perly introduced to the mathematical or for those who do not have the mann deserves eternal praise for hav- toolbox.
It brings with it all the opportunity to attend corresponding ing solved the conundrum when he mathematics that are needed to get to lectures. Several of the later chapters reconciled the atomic theory of matter grips with the physics.
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Three of the first specifically address macromolecular a hotly debated topic in his lifetime five chapters are devoted to maths. The problems such as polymer solutions, with the theory of heat. The dispute rest of the chapters take a deep-probing cooperative ligand binding, and poly- over the question whether chemical look at chemical reactions and physico- mer elasticity. The weak spot of this matter is particulate, i. It showed has long been settled.
As chemical molecules, etc. A central theme of this book is that making models, even very simple ones, is a route to insight and to understanding how molecules work. A good theory, no matter how complex its mathematics, is usually rooted in some very simple physical idea"-- c Provided by publisher.
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