31 Aug 2009

Computational Organometallic Chemistry

In-Class Activity

Submitted by Thomas R. Cundari, University of North Texas, Chemistry, CASCaM
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Lecture given at NSF-CENTC 2008 workshop on modeling in organometallic chemistry.
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A student should be able to better evaluate computational inorganic/organometallic papers in the literature after this lecture. Also, a student should be able to identify potential issues in their own calculations, and those who are primarily experiments should be able to better interface with their computational chemist colleagues.

http://depts.washington.edu/centcweb/flashvideos/

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Flash video is needed.
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A student should be able to better evaluate computational inorganic/organometallic papers in the literature after this lecture. Also, a student should be able to identify potential issues in their own calculations, and those who are primarily experiments should be able to better interface with their computational chemist colleagues.
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This looks like a great way to learn more about computational methods.  Thanks so much for posting this!

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