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Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering; v.1, 2010.


Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering; v.1, 2010.

Ed. by John M. Prausnitz et al.

Annual Reviews


389 pages




Another blossom is added to the bouquet of some 40 annual volumes each summarizing the year's development in a particular branch of science or engineering. The 17 inaugural papers examine such topics as biomolecular engineering fundamentals and advances in biofuels, structural complexities in the active layers of organic electronics, moving beyond mass-based parameters for the conductivity analysis of sulfonated polymers, ionic liquids in chemical engineering, theoretical aspects of immunity, batteries for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, solar energy to biofuels, and lessons from force measurements on design rules for biomolecular adhesion. Color is used throughout, but tastefully. Corrections are available online. There is no index.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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