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Quantum Mechanical Tunnelling in Biological Systems

by Devault, Don

Condition: Near Fine/Near Fine

Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, ..: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Second Edition. Boards. Near Fine/Near Fine. Second Edition. xii, 207 pages. First printing of the second edition. Publisher's black boards and printed dj. Dj and book bright and clean with minor rubbing to the dj. Boards. "It is the purpose of this book to synthesize and explain the current theories of electron transfer between biological moledcules in language which is easily understandable by mathematically minded biologists and by physicists and chemists interested in biological systems. Most cases involve the quantum-mechanical phenomenon in which a particle (an electron or an entire atom) penetrates a potential-energy barrier. This behavior has become known as 'tunnelling'..." (front dj flap).


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