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20.330 / 6.023 / 2.793 Fields, Forces and Flows in Biological Systems systems and nanoscale P o mucus Fields/ forces/ flows/ transport in Transport in living cell and tissue bio-microsystems (bioMEMS) systems Instructors: Jongyoon “Jay” Han and Scott Manalis Relevant forces in biological TOPICS Introduction to electric fields Maxwell’s equations Introduction to fluid flows Transport phenomena in biological systems Electro-quasistatics Electrokinetics Electrophoresis Van der Waals and other forces Photo courtesy of ‘elbisreverri’. http://www.flickr.com/photos/elbisreverri/53226345/ P atm - π medium medium τ w ? Q? Q? P o - π cell ε ?
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Textbooks • Truskey, Yuan and Katz “ Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems ” Prentice Hall (REQUIRED) Haus and Melcher “ Electromagnetic Fields and Energy Content available on the web for free ( http://web.mit.edu/6.013_book/www/ ) Physicochemical Hydrodynamics, An Introduction ”, by Ronald F. Probstein. (e-reserve) Electromechanics of Particles ” by Thomas B. Jones, Cambridge University Press (e-reserve)
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