How mysterious

The rules of our universe

To wit, entropy...


CHEMISTRY 4501

INTRODUCTION TO THERMODYNAMICS, KINETICS, AND STATISTICAL MECHANICS

SECTION 1

M, W, F 11:15 AM - 12:05 PM

312A/B Bruininks Hall

Fall Semester 2017


Instructor: Professor Christopher Cramer

Paraprofessional (TA): Katelyn (Katie) Youmans


Course Information


Lecture Materials


Homework


Exams (see syllabus for dates)

The third exam (Fri., Dec. 8, 2017, 11:15 - 12:05) will be taken by students in two locations. If your last name begins with any of the letters K through Z, inclusive, you will take the exam in the normal classroom (312A/B Bruininks). If your last name begins with any of the letters A through J, inclusive, you will take the exam in Room 209 of Akerman Hall (map).

An equation sheet will be provided with each exam. It is also provided here for those wishing to use it in studying. In addition, while it will not be provided with the exam, some may find this sheet a handy reminder of how to manipulate logarithms and exponentials.


Useful Links

You are welcome to alert me to links that you think would benefit the class by being included in the below listing.


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Updated July 27, 2017, CJC
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