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Categories: Biophysics Organic Chemistry Biochemistry. Description This three-part treatment translates the technical language of research monographs on the theory of free energy transfer in biology, making the subject more accessible to those entering the field.
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Designed for upper-level classes in biochemistry or biophysics, it can also be used for independent study. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 7. Other books in this series. General Chemistry Linus Pauling.
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Our derivation will be based on the following assumptions and notation , which are explained in most basic physics texts. This is the key result: the work done in a spontaneous process is limited by the change in free energy. Biologically the most important type of work is chemical i. Not surprisingly, free energy typically is stored by chemical means, and is naturally quantified using the chemical potential.