The book is ideal for courses in biophysics, medical physics, and related subjects.
The text does not assume a prior background in physics but provides it as is required. The book is ideal for courses in biophysics, medical physics, and related subjects. Provides practical information and techniques for applying knowledge of physics to the study of living systems. Presents material in a straight forward manner requiring very little prior knowledge of physics or biology.
This concise introductory paperback surveys and relates basic physics to living systems. It discusses biological systems that can be analyzed quantitatively, and how advances in the life sciences have been aided by the knowledge of physical or engineering analysis techniques. Applicable courses are biophysics and applied physics.
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Physics in biology and medicine, Paul Davidovits. 3rd ed. p. cm. – (Complementary science series). The aim of this book is to relate some of the concepts in physics to living systems. In general, the text follows topics found in basic college physics texts
Physics in biology and medicine, Paul Davidovits. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN-13: 978-0-12-369411-9 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Biophysics. In general, the text follows topics found in basic college physics texts. The discussion is organized into the following areas: solid mechanics, uid mechanics, thermodynamics, sound, electricity, optics, and atomic and nuclear physics.
Paul Davidovits, Professor of Chemistry at Boston College, was co-awarded the prestigious . Affiliations and Expertise. Wood prize from the Optical Society of America for his seminal work in optics. His contribution was foundational in the field of confocal microscopy, which allows engineers and biologists to produce optical sections through 3D objects such as semiconductor circuits, living tissues, or a single cell. Boston College, Massachusetts, USA.
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No previous knowledge of biology is assumed
The aim of this book is to relate some of the concepts in physics to living systems. No previous knowledge of biology is assumed. The biological systems to be discussed are described in as much detail as is necessary for the physical analysis.
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