Molecular Driving Forces: Statistical Thermodynamics in Chemistry and Biology. Ken A. Dill, Sarina Bromberg
ISBN: 0815320515,9780815320517 | 661 pages | 17 Mb
Molecular Driving Forces: Statistical Thermodynamics in Chemistry and Biology Ken A. Dill, Sarina Bromberg
Publisher: Garland Science
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