This unique book and computer disk package is intended to help students and researchers in the fields of pharmacology, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, and other biomedical sciences reach a deeper understanding of chemical and physiochemical concepts by using Mathematica to do calculations and display results and animations. Serves as a computational "toolbox" for the common calculations needed to perform a variety of chromatographic and spectroscopic analyses.
Introduction to Mathematica | Drug Membrane Permeability | Chromatography: What Are Gaussian Distributions? | Chromatography: Gaussian-Shaped Chromatography | Chromatography: Taxol Analysis in Liposome Suspensions Using Peak Area | Chromatography: Drug Analysis in Plasma Using Internal Standards | Chromatography: Band Movement through Chromatography Columns | Chromatography: Resolution of Compounds | Chromatography: Resolution and Column Efficiency | Chromatography: Equilibrium at Chromatography Surfaces | Chromatography: van Deemter Equation | Fourier Analysis | Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance | Nuclear Precession in Magnetic Fields | T1 Measurements in NMR Spectroscopy
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