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Kinetics for Bioscientist by Peter Klappa

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Kinetics for Bioscientist
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814694
Number of pages: 221

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The subject of reaction kinetics includes analysis of how fast reactions occur, the predictions of concentrations of reactants and products and how reactions can be altered by changing conditions. The aim of the book is to introduce the concepts of reaction kinetics with a problem-centered focus. Other than some basic mathematical skills you do not need to have any previous knowledge of the subject.

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