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Chem 371 Spring 2012

by Mihalick, Jennifer E last modified May 07, 2012 10:02 AM

Instructors

Lecture, Lab section 1  Dr. Jennifer E. Mihalick
HS 439    424-7095    mihalick@uwosh.edu     http://www.uwosh.edu/facstaff/mihalick/
office hours:    MWF 8:30-9:30; T Th 10:30-11:30; or by appointment

Lab section 2  Dr. Jonathan Gutow
HS 412  424-1326  gutow@uwosh.edu     http://www.uwosh.edu/facstaff/gutow
office hours: MWF 11-12, T 4:30-5:15, Th 9-10

Useful links:

Atkins companion site P-Chem Lab Report site  F + D2
Planck biography at St. Andrews MacMolPlt  H + D2 Nature
Everett's Many Worlds hypothesis Jmol Export to Web tutorial
vacuum pumps
Light and Color Fourier Transform Spectrometer
pressure gauges
heterogeneous catalysis
   

 


Textbooks

Required texts:  Atkins & de Paula, Physical Chemistry, 8th edition
Barrante, Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry

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

 

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