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 Links for lab:

Safety Data Sheets
A-to-D converters Reduction Potentials
J Phys Chem info for authors
pressure gauges Vernier Voltage Probe
P-Chem Lab Reports Review site pressure gauge safety
temperature sensors
NIST Chemistry WebBook vacuum pumps instrumentation amplifier
NIST Computational Chem
Comparison & Benchmark DataBase
temperature measurement index of refraction
Spectral Database
for Organic Compounds
GAMESS
Light and Color
Jmol tutorial
Avogadro MacMolPlt

Links for lecture:

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  PhET simulations: quantum
  Many Worlds hypothesis
deionized water
What's That Stuff
Debye-Hückel model American Chemical Society
Climate Science Toolkit
How carbon gets absorbed
deep underground

AAAS
"What We Know"
Scientists probe underground
depths of Earth's carbon cycle

Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
The fate of carbon dioxide in water-rich
fluids under extreme conditions

1995 Chemistry Nobel (ozone)
Electronic Plants
NOAA ozone monitoring
High-Selectivity Electrochemical
Conversion of CO2 to Ethanol
Crystallographers

Textbooks

Required texts:  Barrante, Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry, 3rd edition
Chang & Thoman, Physical Chemistry for the Chemical Sciences
WebAssign for Chang, Physical Chemistry for the Chemical Sciences

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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