W15-CHEM-135-01 : Physical Biochemistry. 2015 Winter
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- Stanford (Calif.)
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Introduction to the physical principles that underlie biological function for students in the life sciences. Chemical thermodynamics: first, second and third laws, heat and work, entropy, free energy, chemical equilibrium, physical equilibrium, osmotic pressure, other colligative properties. Chemical kinetics: rate laws, integration of rate laws, reaction mechanisms, enzyme kinetics. Applications to proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, small molecules, and macromolecular assemblies. Prerequisites: 31A,B, or 31X, 33, 35 and calculus.
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