4 edition of Problem solving in analytical biochemistry found in the catalog.
Problem solving in analytical biochemistry
David J. Holme
|Statement||David J. Holme and Hazel Peck.|
|Contributions||Peck, Hazel, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||QP519.7 .H64 1993 Suppl.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||93049460|
Each student will demonstrate the ability to function as a working chemist and engage in scientific problem solving based on a comprehensive understanding of fundamental chemical concepts. Student Learning Outcomes. The following are specific goals for students majoring in chemistry, the study of the composition of matter and the changes it. Self-test, case study, and discussion questions, with answers provided at the back of the book, encourage students to analyse the text and develop their problem solving skills. The book is augmented by an Online Resource Centre, which includes an interactive digital microscope, video interviews with practising biomedical scientists, and 'in the. Biochemistry is the study of living systems through an understanding of chemistry, biology, mathematics, physics, and genetics. Biochemistry provides a sound foundation for careers in medicine, agriculture, the pharmaceutical industry, or advanced scientific research.
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A companion volume to "Analytical Biochemistry", this book shows students how to apply theoretical knowledge to solve the kind of problems encountered by analytical biochemistry in industry and working laboratories. The book comprises 40 problems based on authentic data, covering major areas of analytical biochemistry including: assessment of.
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Problem Solving in Analytical Biochemistrv is quite a small book (pp ) and, again, is not a stand-alone text but arose from an extension of the end-of-chapter questions from Analytical Biochemistry by the same authors.
It consists of 40 problem questions covering nine subject areas. Problem solving in analytical biochemistry book section is briefly reviewed and then the problem or.
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This problem set has been prepared for students taking the course Biochemistry I (CHMI E), as offered at Laurentian University.
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