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Mma in Physical Chemistry

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Mma in Physical Chemistry
  • From: don at kinghorn.chem.wsu.edu (Don Kinghorn)
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jan 93 16:06:16 PST

Hi
Has anyone out there had any experience using Mathematica in an  
undergraduate Physical Chemistry course? Our students complete two  
semesters of Calculus using Mathematica before they take P-Chem so we  
assume they are familiar with the basics of Mathematica. We would  
like to try a couple of "instructional units" on our students to see  
how they respond before we commit resources to any major program  
overhaul.
If you have any NoteBooks (Mac,Windows,or NeXT) that you wouldn't  
mind sharing we would be most grateful.
At this point any information, ideas or suggestions would be helpful,  
so, if you have the time to respond please do so.
Feel free to pass this note on to anyone you think might be  
interested.

Thanks for your time

e-mail don at kinghorn.chem.wsu.edu

Donald B. Kinghorn
Washington State University
Dept of Chemistry
Pullman WA 99164-4630
(509) 335-0958





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