This book starts off by discussing the basics of kinetics, using everyday examples. It then moves on to describing kinetics in mathematical terms. Special chapters in this book are dedicated to cases relevant for Bioscientists, e.g. zero, first and second order kinetics. In the last part of the book, the focus is on more complex applications of kinetics, e.g. steady-state reactions and the kinetics of equilibria. An important aspect is to provide relevant examples and model calculations. Every theoretical approach is underpinned by several model calculations of real-life examples.This book starts off by discussing the basics of kinetics, using everyday examples.
|Title||:||Kinetics for Bioscientist|
|Publisher||:||Bookboon - 2009|