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This is the laboratory companion to the Physical Chemistry for Biosciences (CHE 331) course. This laboratory will cover applications of thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, equilibrium, transport properties and reaction kinetics. Laboratory experiments will include student training for computational and wet lab experiment techniques, data collection, analysis and interpretation.

PHY 108 & 110, or PHY 152 & 154, or CHE 332; and MAT 150

Program: Chemistry

Credit: 1

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