Submitted by Tom Cundari / University of North Texas, Chemistry, CASCaM on Mon, 08/31/2009 - 17:57
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Description
Lecture given at NSF-CENTC 2008 workshop on modeling in organometallic chemistry.
Learning Goals

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/

Equipment needs
None.
Implementation Notes
Flash video is needed.

Evaluation

Evaluation Methods
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.
Evaluation Results
N/A
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CC0
Betsy Jamieson / Smith College
This looks like a great way to learn more about computational methods.  Thanks so much for posting this!
Tue, 09/08/2009 - 13:54 Permalink