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Document Type:BL
Record Number:102832
Doc. No:b60111
GBA9B0778
Main Entry:Crowe, Jonathan.
Title & Author:Chemistry for the biosciences :the essential concepts /Jonathan Crowe, Tony Bradshaw.
Edition Statement:2nd ed.
Publication Statement:Oxford ;New York :Oxford University Press,2010.
Page. NO:xxv, 678 p. :ill. ;27 cm.
ISBN:9780199570874 (acid-free paper)
0199570876 (acid-free paper)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [658]-659) and index.
Contents:1. Introduction: why biologists need chemistry -- 2. Atoms: the foundations of life -- 3. Compounds and chemical Bonding: bringing atoms together -- 4. Molecular Interactions: holding it all together -- 5. Organic Compounds 1: the framework of life -- 6. Organic Compounds 2: adding function to the framework of life -- 7. Biological Macromolecules: providing life's infrastructure -- 8. Molecular Shape and Structure 1: from atoms to small molecules -- 9. Molecular Shape and Structure 2: the shape of large molecules -- 10. Isomerism: generating chemical variety -- 11. Chemical analysis 1: how do we know what is there? -- 12. Chemical analysis 2: how do we know how much is there? -- 13. Energy: what makes reactions go? -- 14. Kinetics: what affects the speed of a reaction? -- 15. Equilibria: how far do reactions go? -- 16. Acids, bases and the aqueous environment: the medium of life -- 17. Chemical reactions 1: bringing molecules to life -- 18. Chemical reactions 2: reaction mechanisms driving the chemistry of life.
Abstract:"Chemistry for the Biosciences leads students through the essential concepts that are central to understanding biological systems, using everyday examples and analogies to build their confidence in an often daunting subject. Placing an emphasis on clear, straightforward explanations, it fosters understanding as opposed to rote learning; by using relevant biological examples throughout, it illustrates just how integral chemistry is to the biosciences."--pub. desc.
Subject:Biochemistry, Textbooks.
Subject:Chemistry, Textbooks.
Dewey Classification:‭540‬
LC Classification:‭QD415‬‭.C69 2010‬
‭QD415‬‭.C69 2010‬
Added Entry:Bradshaw, Tony.