is a three year project funded by the Chancellor of the University System of
Georgia. The goal of this project to provide computer based resources for
chemistry and biochemistry students and faculty in the State of Georgia.
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to Macromolecular Simulation
purpose of this tutorial is to introduce several popular numerical
techniques used to simulate the structure and dynamics of biomolecules. The
discussion is confined to simulation methods that apply classical mechanics
to biological systems, although some quantum theory is presented to quantify
some shortcomings of classical approximations. Molecular dynamics (MD)
simulation, Langevin dynamics (LD) simulation, Monte Carlo (MC) simulation,
and normal mode analysis are among the methods surveyed here.
of biological processes
is a physics hypertext book: it is intended as a vehicle for students in the
biological and chemical sciences, enabling them to understand the physical
underpinnings of their later studies. As often as possible, the systems
under investigation will relate to human physiology, for there is no
substitute for relevance to motivate the study of a subject.
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second law of thermodynamics
site shows that some ancient questions about "things going wrong"
in our lives have surprisingly simple answers in modern basic chemistry
(even things happening to us which cause that painful cry of "Why
The full text of this vital textbook - 450 pages of practical
and theoretical discussion and teaching materials on the latest developments
in electrophysiology. The first Plymouth 'Microelectrode Techniques'
workshop was held in April 1984. Interest in this subject area was very high
and the workshop was greatly oversubscribed. The workshop has been updated
and repeated many times since, and this handbook arose out of the need to
further disseminate the knowledge assembled by the leading experts in this
field. This year's course (1999) is being held in September, and you can
find full details here.