BMEN 2101: Biomedical Thermodynamics and Kinetics

3 Credits

Introduction to thermodynamics and kinetics, framed in the context of biomedical technologies and applications. Topics include principles of probability, extremum principles and equilibria, entropy & the Boltzmann distribution law, thermodynamic driving forces, solutions & mixtures, solvation & transfer of molecules between phases, phase transitions, biological rate processes, noncovalent binding interactions, binding equilibria and kinetics, enzyme kinetics, gene expression, protein trafficking, and network dynamics. Prerequisites BMEN 2501, CHEM 1022, MATH 2373, concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in MATH 2374

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