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Course Overview

This is the second semester of a two laboratory sequence. The focus of the sequence is on principles of theoretical and experimental physical chemistry applied to quantum mechanical calculations, models of chemical interactions and processes, the acquisition of thermodynamic and kinetic data, use of physical chemistry instrumentation, computations, analysis of errors, and interpretation of results. One three-hour laboratory.

Credits: 1
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: CHE 331 and CHE 333 Co-requisite: CHE 332

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