Micro- and Nano-Transport of Biomolecules
by David Bakewell
Publisher: BookBoon 2009
Number of pages: 96
The micro- and nano- transport of biomolecules is of interest to a wide range of scientific and engineering communities. This ebook is generally intended for undergraduate students from chemical, life and physical sciences wanting to find out about the basic properties of biomolecules and how they can be transported in liquids on the micro- to nano-scale.
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