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2006 Reaction Dynamics and Kinetics
– Practical Statistical Theory of Chemical Reactions
"Reaction Dynamics and Kinetics – Practical
Statistical Theory of Chemical Reactions," is a half-semester
graduate coursework held in the winter semester biennially.
The course is intended to be a comprehensive and practical
summary of statistical theory for the application to gas-phase chemical
reactions and thermodynamics. The course also includes outline of
electronic-state degeneracy, hindered internal rotation, rotational
symmetry number, and number of (optical) isomers, all of which are often
required in the statictical calculations but are annoying for those who
are unfamiliar with the stuffs.
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Notice to Students
- Lecture notes, exercises (quizzes) with answers, and problems for
answer paper (report) can be found here.
- Supplemental explanations, descriptions, or corrections may appear
here after the classes.
- Lecture notes here are for blackboard writing. They are intended to
be concise summary of lectures, but not to be self-instructive.
Those who try to learn by themselves are encouraged to read an
||1. Introduction – Statistical Mechanics|
||2. Electronic States of Atoms and Molecules|
||3. External Nuclear Motions|
||4. Intramolecular Motions|
||5. Canonical Statistics|
||6. Microcanonical Statistics|
Answer papers (reports) submission