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By George A. Truskey

ISBN-10: 0130422045

ISBN-13: 9780130422040

For one-semester, complex undergraduate/graduate classes in Biotransport Engineering. proposing engineering basics and organic purposes in a unified manner, this article offers scholars with the talents essential to strengthen and severely study versions of organic delivery and response strategies. It covers issues in fluid mechanics, mass shipping, and biochemical interactions, with engineering strategies stimulated by means of particular organic difficulties.

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