Biophysics of Large Molecules

ENG BE 564

The course considers the fundamental concepts of physical and mathematical description of polyatomic molecules and macromolecules on the basis of quantum and statistical mechanics. Special emphasis is given to molecular spectroscopy, the interaction of polyatomic molecules with electromagnetic radiation (visual light, ultraviolet and infrared radiation). Physics of macromolecules (or polymers) is treated in detail. Numerous biomedical applications of the fundamental concepts are considered including photosyntheses, molecular mechanism of vision, DNA damage under UV irradiation, structure of major biological molecules (proteins and nucleic acids). 4 cr

FALL 2016 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Frank-Kamene ERA B11 TR 2:00 pm-4:00 pm

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