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The Physical Basis of Biochemistry Solutions Manual to the Second Edition

By: Peter R Bergethon and Kevin F Hallock
150 pages, 18 illus
Publisher: Springer Nature
The Physical Basis of Biochemistry
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This volume offers solutions to the problem sets from the second edition of The Physical Basis of Biochemistry.


PART I: Principles of Biophysical Inquiry
Chapter 1 Philosophy and Practice of Biophysical Study
Chapter 2 Overview of the Biological System Under Study -- Descriptive Models
Chapter 3 Physical Thoughts, Biological Systems - The application of modeling principles to understanding biological systems
Chapter 4 Probability and Statistics ##
PART II: Foundations
Chapter 5 Physical Principles: Energy - The Prime Observable
Chapter 6 Biophysical Forces in Molecular Systems## Chapter 7 An Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
Chapter 8 Chemical Principles
Chapter 9 Measuring the Energy of a System: Energetics and the First Law of Thermodynamics
Chapter 10 Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Chapter 11 Which Way Did That System Go? The Gibbs Free Energy
Chapter 12 The Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria
PART III: Building a Model of Biomolecular Structure
Chapter 13 Water: A Unique Structure, A Unique Solvent
Chapter 14 Ion-Solvent Interactions
Chapter 15 Ion-Ion Interactions
Chapter 16 Lipids in Aqueous Solution
Chapter 17 Macromolecules in Solution
Chapter 18 Molecular Modeling - Mapping Biochemical State Space
Chapter 19 The Electrified Interphase
PART IV: Function and Action Biological State Space
Chapter 20 Transport and Kinetics: Processes Not at Equilibrium
Chapter 21 Flow in a Chemical Potential Field: Diffusion
Chapter 22 Flow in an Electrical Field: Conduction
Chapter 23 Forces Across Membranes
Chapter 24 Kinetics - Chemical Kinetics
Chapter 25 Bioelectrochemistry -- Charge Transfer in Biological Systems
PART V: Methods for the Measuring Structure and Function
Chapter 26 Separation and Characterization of Biomolecules Based on Macroscopic Properties
Chapter 27 Determining Structure by molecular interactions with photons: Electronic Spectroscopy
Chapter 28 Determining Structure by molecular interactions with photons: Scattering Phenomena
Chapter 29 Analysis of Structure - Microscopy
PART VI: Physical Constants Physical Constants

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Kevin Hallock, Ph.D., is a researcher and instructor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the Boston University School of Medicine in Boston, Masschusetts, where he teaches biostatistics, an graduate course on the science of disasters, and co-teaches biophysical chemistry and modeling courses with Dr. Bergethon. His research interests include the impact of antimicrobial peptide on phospholipid bilayers, solid-state NMR and magnetic resonance imaging characterization of crystalline solids, atherosclerotic plaque formation, magnetic resonance microscopy of arthropods, the impact of chronic Hg exposure on aging, and the role cell membrane biophysics play in the fundamental processes of neurophysics. Peter Bergethon, MD is the Head of the Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Modeling and Simulation Center (NIMS Center), the Laboratory for Intelligence Modeling and Neurophysics and a member of the faculty in both the Departments of Anatomy/Neurobiology and Biochemistry at Boston University School of Medicine. His research spirals around a core question: "What is the physical and systemic basis for creativity and intelligent behavior and how could such behavior be practically constructed or reconstructed?" Dr. Bergethon is also an active member of the American Academy of Neurology from which he received the Founder's Award , the Electrochemical, Biophysical, American Chemical Societies, the Society for Neuroscience and the American Society of Biochemistry and Cellular Biology.

By: Peter R Bergethon and Kevin F Hallock
150 pages, 18 illus
Publisher: Springer Nature
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