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Portal:Biophysical Chemistry

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Biophysical Chemistry

Biophysical chemistry is the study of how physical chemistry is applied in the biological sciences. Biophysical chemistry is a new branch of chemistry that focuses on explaining biological systems in terms of their molecules.

The Department of Biophysical Chemistry is interested in developing course materials and sustainable communities for Biophysical Chemistry.

News and current events
  • Jul 13, 2013 - Department undergoes re-design (under School of Chemistry renovation)
  • Sep 7, 2010 - Department of Biophysical Chemistry founded!
Research projects and questions

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Learning Resources

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Textbooks
  • Biophysical Chemistry (J.P. Allen) (ISBN 978-1405124362)
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Preliminaries

These topics constitute the essentials of chemistry. Knowledge of these topics should be mastered.

Course notes

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