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Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics

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    Principles of quantum mechanics with application to the elements of atomic structure and energy levels, diatomic molecular spectroscopy and structure determination, and chemical bonding in simple molecules.Prerequisites: Chemistry 131A

    About Rachel W. Martin Ph.D

    Rachel W. Martin Ph.D is an Assistant Professor, Chemistry. She Graduated in Yale University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Ph.D in physical chemistry , December 2002. Her current position is Associate professor. July 2011-present and She work in Joint appointment, Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. December 2005-present

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    School
    University of California, Irvine

    Date Taught
    Winter 2013

    Level
    Undergraduate (First Year)
  • Lectures
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 1 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 2 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 3 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
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    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 7 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 8 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 9 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 10 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 12 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 13 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 14 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
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    Chemistry 131B - Molecular Structure and Elementary Statistical Mechanics - Lecture 15 - Rachel W. Martin Ph.DView
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