# Mass Action Reaction Networks and The Deficiency Zero Theorem

@inproceedings{Guberman2003MassAR, title={Mass Action Reaction Networks and The Deficiency Zero Theorem}, author={J. Guberman and S. Altschuler and Lani F. Wu}, year={2003} }

Acknowledgments First and foremost, I would like to thank my advisors, Steve Altschuler and Lani Wu. In addition to suggesting to me a rich and interesting thesis topic, and advising me as I wrote about it, Steve and Lani have deeply informed my view of what it is to be a mathematician and a scientist. My work with them, both during the summer and on this thesis, has influenced my academic and professional life more than anyone else, and I can only hope that I am fortunate enough to collaborate… Expand

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