About this series
The Modern Handbook in Biophysics series will present to students and researchers leading concepts at the interface of biology, medicine, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. Each book will focus on a distinct topic. Each chapter will establish the fundamental concepts, describe the instrumentation, and illustrate current application in solving biomedical problems. A problem set and additional references for further study augment the didactic structure. These elements will make the books in the series exceptionally useful in the classroom, for self-study, in a laboratory setting, and in research preparation.
The presentation avoids an encyclopedic style and helps the reader navigate through physical science formalism to reach an understanding of the biomedical application.