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The method of entropy calculations for biochemical bonds

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Entropy calculations are still important for new methods that are developing for the colour analysis of biochemical reactions. Such methods of calculation give an insight into the atomic level activity within any given biochemical reaction. These methods of interpreting entropy are important and continually being developed in Europe and USA this year of 2014.

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