Quantum Mechanics & Spectroscopy

PREREQUISITE: (MATH-UA 0122 AND (PHYS-UA 0012 OR PHYS-UA 0093) AND ((CHEM-UA 0102 OR CHEM-UA 0104) OR (CHEM-UA 0110 OR CHEM-UA 0112) OR CHEM-UA 0126 )) OR (SCIEN-AD 107 AND SCIEN-AD 108 AND SCIEN-AD 110) WITH A MINIMUM GRADE OF C.

(FKA: P. CHEM I ) PREREQUISITE: COMPLETION OF GEN. CHEM II: CHEM-UA 126 OR CHEM-UA 128 AND COMPLETION OF PHYS-UA 11 OR 91 AND 12 OR 92, COMPLETION OF MATH-UA 121 AND 122. ALL W/ FINAL GRADE OF "C" OR HIGHER. STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR A RECITATION SECTION.

An introduction to quantum mechanics--general principles and applications to important model systems. Covers electronic structure of one- and many-electron atoms, theory of chemical bonding in diatomic and polyatomic molecules. Includes principles and applications of molecular spectroscopy--rotational, vibrational, electronic, and nuclear magnetic resonance. Elements of photochemistry are also included.

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Fall 2018

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Alexej Jerschow
TR: 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM SILV 411