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By Don Bergstrom
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29 Jun 2007
4.0 out of 5 stars
Generally, very good. I am a bit perplexed, though, from an energy standpoint. ATP was said to store or be the source of energy. How? This implies that energy is stored in the chemical bonds. But chemical bonds are at LOWEST potentials.
Looking at things from an energy standpoint was not clear.
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08 May 2007
An excellent overview of an imporant topic in nanotechnology. The only reason that I did not give 5 stars is because the biochemistry was, at times, a little heavy for someone who only had a single chemistry course many years ago. I should be emabarassed to ask, but exactly what is a hydrogen bond?”