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Chem 370 Fall 2014

by Mihalick, Jennifer E last modified Nov 13, 2014 03:40 PM


Lecture, Lab section 1  Dr. Jennifer E. Mihalick
HS 432/439    424-7095
office hours:  MWF 10:20-11:20, TR 8:30-10:00, or by appointment

Lab section 2  Dr. Jonathan Gutow
HS 412  424-1326
office hours: MW 1:30-2:30 or by appointment

Useful links:

for lab
battery lab
news articles
P-Chem Lab Reports Review site Duracel battery specs, MSDS waves heat coastal water
analog-to-digital converters
Vernier temperature sensors
exploiting ocean DT
temperature measurement
Vernier Voltage Probe 2014 Physics Nobel
vacuum pumps Vernier instrumentation amplifier Nakamura
pressure gauges
2014 Chemistry Nobel

Standard Reduction Potentials Moerner

  Bose-Einstein condensates
    Debye-Hückel model


Required texts:  Cooksy, Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics & Kinetics
      with Mastering Chemistry
Barrante, Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry, 3rd edition

Texts on Reserve in HS 259
Barrante, Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry (1st ed.)
          reviews chemical applications of graphing and calculus
Warren, The Physical Basis of Chemistry
          presents concepts with less mathematical detail 
Nash, Elements of Statistical Mechanics
Barrow, Physical Chemistry, 6th ed.
          good introduction to quantum
Atkins, Molecular Quantum Mechanics and Quanta 
Karplus & Porter, Atoms and Molecules
          another presentation of quantum mechanics

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by Mihalick, Jennifer E last modified Nov 13, 2014 03:40 PM