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According to the author much of the material in the book under review has been presented to his students of biochemistry, as a preliminary survey of some of the fundamental facts which they must know for a better understanding of various biological phenomena and of laboratory procedures. The introduction includes a short chapter on the functions and composition of blood. Then follow concise but adequate chapters on the physical and chemical properties of water, hemoglobin, the gas laws, the colligative properties of solutions, the characteristics of the colloidal state of matter, chemical equilibrium and the law of mass action, buffer
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Introduction to Physical Biochemistry.. Ann Intern Med. 1943;18:116. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-18-1-116
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