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09-344 Physical Chemistry (Quantum): Microscopic Principles of Physcial Chemistry

Prerequisites:(09-105 or 09-107) and (21-259 or 09-231)
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The measurement and theoretical description of the properties of atoms and molecules are presented. The elementary principles of quantum chemistry are developed. The many types of spectroscopy used to study atoms and molecules are described. Methods of atomic structure determination are discussed. The structure and properties of solids are also presented. The basic results of statistical chemistry are outlined and a brief connection to thermodynamics is made. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. rec.

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