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Molecules A Very Short Introduction 101 Pb. By Ball
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Molecules A Very Short Introduction 101 Pb. By Ball

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Molecular Chemistry & Micromole
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9780192854308
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Ball
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Oxford University Press.
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  • The processes in a single living cell are akin to that of a city teeming with molecular inhabitants that move, communicate, cooperate, and compete. In this Very Short Introduction, Philip Ball explores the role of the molecule in and around us how, for example, a single fertilized egg can grow into a multi-celled Mozart, what makes spider's silk insoluble in the morning dew, and how this ...

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    Molecular Chemistry & Micromole
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    9780192854308
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    Author
    Ball
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    Publisher
    Oxford University Press.
    Category Type
    Molecular Chemistry & Micromole
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    9780192854308
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    2724604907449
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    Author
    Ball
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    Oxford University Press.
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    • The processes in a single living cell are akin to that of a city teeming with molecular inhabitants that move, communicate, cooperate, and compete. In this Very Short Introduction, Philip Ball explores the role of the molecule in and around us how, for example, a single fertilized egg can grow into
    • The processes in a single living cell are akin to that of a city teeming with molecular inhabitants that move, communicate, cooperate, and compete. In this Very Short Introduction, Philip Ball explores the role of the molecule in and around us how, for example, a single fertilized egg can grow into a multi-celled Mozart, what makes spider's silk insoluble in the morning dew, and how this molecular dynamism is being captured in the laboratory, promising to reinvent chemistry as the central creative science of the century. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
 

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