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Atkins' physical chemistry [Monograph] - tenth editionCompanion website
Atkins, P. \ Paula, J. de \ [2014]
physical chemistry - thermodynamics - chemistry - textbooks

Used in course: BIP-23806 Atomic Structure; BIP-31306 Spectroscopy; BIP-33806 Molecular Structure and Optical Spectroscopy
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Inleiding kwantummechanica - Atomic structure [Lecture notes] - 2e dr
Vergeldt, F.J. \ 2015
quantum mechanics - atoms - physics

Used in course: BIP-23806 Atomic Structure
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Dictaat basis natuurkunde [Lecture notes]
Bicanic, D. \ 2010
physics - textbooks

Used in course: BIP-10306 Introductory Physics
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ESR spectroscopy in membrane biophysics [Monograph]
Hemminga, M.A. \ Berliner, L.J. \ 2007
electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy - surface proteins - biophysics - spectral analysis

Spectroscopic methods are not only important as an analytical tool, they also provide information about fundamental physical and chemical properties of molecules, the molecular and electronic structure, and the dynamic behaviour of molecules. Starting from a comprehensive quantum mechanical description, this book introduces the optical (IR, Raman, UV/Vis, CD, fluorescence and laser spectroscopy) and magnetic resonance (1D and 2D-NMR, ESR) techniques. It is a timely review of the increasing interest in using spin-label ESR as an alternative structural technique for NMR or X-ray diffraction. It is aimed at training an audience to learn ESR spectroscopy to determine membrane protein structures, conformational dynamics and protein-lipid interaction.


Used in course: BIP-31806 Advances in Magnetic Resonance
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Elements of physical chemistry [Monograph] - 4th edCompanion website - Companion website
Atkins, P. \ Paula, J. de \ cop. 2005
physical chemistry - textbooks

The coverage of the fourth edition has been strengthened by the addition of two new chapters and an extension in the scope of others, yet the focus remains tightly on what is essential. --- the essential mathematical concepts are not avoided, but carefully introduced. --- includes numerous worked examples, each with a strategy section, which suggests how the problem should be attempted, and a self test so that students can apply the procedure that has been presented and test their understanding. --- application boxes show how the principles of physical chemistry are applied in materials chemistry, environmental chemistry, chemical engineering, and biochemistry.


Used in course: BIP-20806 Principles of Molecular Structure and Chemical Bonding; ETE-24804 Fundamentals of Environmental Technology
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General relativity without calculus : a concise introduction to the geometry of relativity [Monograph]
Natario, J. \ cop. 2011
relativity theory - geometry - geodesy - astronomy - Relativity (Physics)

--- Provides a quite original approach to Relativity, in that it tries to convey nontrivial, quantitative ideas about geometry and general relativity using elementary mathematics only --- Offers a short, but mathematically correct introduction to the general theory of relativity for first-year students of astronomy, mathematics or physics --- Paves the way for more advanced texts --- Over 75 exercises with full solutions help the reader understand the matter


Used in course: BIP-23303 Molecular structure; PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
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Inleiding kwantummechanica - Introduction to quantum mechanics [Lecture notes] - 2e dr
Vergeldt, F.J. \ 2015
quantum mechanics - teaching materials

Used in course: BIP-11303 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
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Introductory physics : practicum handleiding [Lecture notes] - edition oktober 2015
Vriezinga, C.A. \ Spieker, A.H.M. \ Sanden, G.C.M. van der \ Koehorst, R.B.M. \ Hoek, A. van \ 2015

Used in course: BIP-10306 Introductory Physics
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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy : a physicochemical view [Monograph] - Rev.
Harris, R.K. \ 1986
nuclear magnetic resonance - nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy - physical chemistry - textbooks

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy explains the NMR phenomenon from the point of view of a physical chemist interested in both fundamental principles and chemical applications. This rigorous but lucid text is highlighted by a large number of figures including illustrative spectra. Problems - with answers where appropriate - are also included. Table of contents: 1: The fundamentals; 2: Analysis of NMR spectra for isotropic solutions; 3: Relaxation and Fourier transform NMR; 4: Dipolar interactions and double resonance; 5: Chemical exchange and quadrupolar effects; 6: NMR of the solid state; 7: Special pulse sequences and two-dimensional NMR; 8: Chemical shifts and coupling constants. Appendices. Further reading. Answers to problems. Index.


Used in course: BIP-31806 Advances in Magnetic Resonance
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Physics for the biological sciences : a topical approach to biophysical concepts [Monograph] - 4th edWeb resources for use with: Physics for the Biological Sciences 3rd and 4th Ed. - errata
Hallett, F.R. \ 2003
biophysics - physics - biology

The goal in writing this text is to demonstrate that physical principles can provide great insight into biological systems and processes. The result is a book that addresses life-science students particular needs for knowledge and problem-solving skills more directly than the standard physics texts available. The book is written for first-year university students in life sciences and environmental sciences. The students are expected to have some background from high-school physics and must have good skills in algebra and trigonometry. Sections of the book that involve calculus are highlighted, giving instructors the option of using calculus if they so choose. Table of contents: 1. Vibrations and waves 2. Sound, Hearing and Echolocation 3. Light and the Optics of Vision 4. Absorption & Emission of Light by Molecules 5. Quantum Nature of Vision 6. Radiation Biophysics 7. Mechanics of Biological Systems: Kinematics 8. Mechanics of Biological Systems: Forces & Motion 9. Mechanics of Biological Systems: Rotational Motion 10. Elasticity and Scaling 11. Fluid Statics 12. Fluid Dynamics 13. Thermal Motion of Molecules 14. Heat and Heat Flow in Biological Systems 15. Introduction to Electricity 16. Magnetism Appendix I The Poisson Distribution Appendix II Web-Based Resources Appendix III Symbols Appendix IV Constants, Conversions, Prefixes, and Greek Index


Used in course: BIP-10803 Physics for Life Sciences
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Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy [Monograph] - Third Edition
Lakowicz, Joseph R \ 2006
chemistry

Used in course: BIP-31806 Advances in Magnetic Resonance
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Principles of fluorescence spectroscopy [Monograph] - 3rd edTable of contents
Lakowicz, J.R. \ 2006
fluorescence emission spectroscopy - textbooks - handbooks - Fluorescence spectroscopy

The third edition includes new chapters on single molecule detection, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, novel probes and radiative decay engineering. Includes a CD-ROM reproducing all book artwork, for easy use in lecture slides. Readership: students, researchers, and industry professionals in biophysics, biochemistry, biotechnology, bioengineering, biology and medicine.


Used in course: BIP-31806 Advances in Magnetic Resonance
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Principles of physics [Monograph] - Tenth edition / Jearl Walker
Walker, J. \ Halliday, D. \ Resnick, R. \ [2014]
physics - textbooks

Used in course: BIP-10306 Introductory Physics; BIP-10303 Physics MLS
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Solutions manual to accompany elements of physical chemistry [Monograph] - 4th ed
Trapp, C. A. \ Cady, M.P. \ 2007
physical chemistry - textbooks

The book contains all full worked solutions to all end-of-chapter exercises featured in the book.


Used in course: BIP-20806 Principles of Molecular Structure and Chemical Bonding
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Spectroscopy : principles and applications of spectroscopic techniques in molecular sciences [Lecture notes]
Wageningen University \ 2014
spectroscopy - textbooks

Used in course: BIP-31306 Spectroscopy
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Student's solutions manual to accompany physical chemistry [Monograph] - 8th edCompanion website
Atkins, P.W. \ 2006
physical chemistry - thermodynamics - spectroscopy - textbooks

Contains complete worked-out solutions for all "B" exercises and half of the end-of-chapter problems. Table of contents: Part 1. Equilibrium 1. The properties of gases 2. The first law 3. The second law 4. Physical transformations of pure substances 5. Simple mixtures 6. Phase diagrams 7. Chemical equilibrium Part 2. Structure 8. Quantum theory: introduction and principles 9. Quantum theory: techniques and applications 10. Atomic structure and atomic spectra 11. Molecular structure 12. Molecular symmetry 13. Spectroscopy 1: rotational and vibrational spectra 14. Spectroscopy 2: electronic transitions 15. Spectroscopy 3: magnetic resonance 16. Statistical thermodynamics: the concepts 17. Statistical thermodynamics: the machinery 18. Molecular interactions 19. Materials 1: Macromolecules and aggregates 20. Materials 2: The solid state Part 3. Change 21. Molecules in motion 22. The rates of chemical reactions 23. The kinetics of complex reactions 24. Molecular reaction dynamics 25. Processes at solid surfaces


Used in course: BIP-20806 Principles of Molecular Structure and Chemical Bonding; BIP-31306 Spectroscopy
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