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Most physicians regard biophysics as an esoteric subject understood only by certain members of a group of other people. The subject is so formidable as to discourage all attempts at learning. It abounds with integral signs, mathematical formulae, incomprehensible graphs and above all it is without practical significance.
In this very remarkable little book Dr. Randall presents the Elements of Biophysics in a form and in a way that can be understood by anyone with an interest. He assumes very little prior knowledge of mathematics, physics or chemistry, begins with very elemental concepts and progresses through the field as he
Elements of Biophysics.. Ann Intern Med. 1959;50:1333. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-50-5-1333_2
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