Biopolymers at Interfaces, Second Edition (Surfactant by Martin Malmsten
By Martin Malmsten
This re-creation positive aspects learn from approximately 60 of the profession's so much special overseas professionals. spotting rising advancements in biopolymer structures examine with totally up to date and multiplied chapters, the second one version discusses the biopolymer-based multilayer buildings and their software in biosensors, the development made within the figuring out of protein behaviour on the air-water interface, experimental findings in ellipsometry and reflectometry, and up to date advancements pertaining to protein interfacial behaviour in microfabricated overall research platforms and microarrays. With over 3000 references, this can be an important reference for pros and scholars in floor, pharmaceutical, colloid, polymer, and medicinal chemistry; chemical, formula, and alertness engineering; and pharmacy.
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