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Bunker and William H. It can be recommended for all newcomers to the field and for everyone engaged in research in it. From the nano-world of rusty proteins and magnetic compasses in bacteria to the macroscopic structures of oyster shells, corals, ivory, bone and enamel, biology has evolved a new type of chemistry that brings together the synthesis and construction of hard and soft matter for the design of functionalized inorganic-organic materials.
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This book describes the principles and concepts of biomineralization and their application in the new field of biomimetic materials chemistry.
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