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Biophysical Chemistry II

CHM 516

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Broad introduction to major contemporary techniques used to study structures, functions, and interactions of biological macromolecules, including quantitative theory of molecular interactions. Aims to convey to students with diverse backgrounds and interests the utility of various experimental methods for solving molecular problems. Emphasis is on applications, practical aspects, and experimental design, and on the strengths and limitations of individual methods and complementarities among them.
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Section L01