Monolayer Studies of Visual Pigments
One of the most interesting and fascinating facts about biology is the existence of ordered structures in the organelles. The electron microscopic and X-ray diffraction studies have shown that in living systems the molecules are, in fact, arranged in strict order and are present in aggregates.
KeywordsSurface Pressure Visual Pigment Condensed Film Molecular Area Mono Layer
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