9 Mar 2011

Computational Inorganic Chemistry: An Introduction

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Submitted by Rebecca M. Jones, George Mason University
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The attached lecture provides a brief overview to computational methods and introduces their application to inorganic systems.  Two specific literature examples are included.  I have given this lecture in a senior level advanced inorganic chemistry class for the past 3 years.

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At the end of this lecture, students should have an understanding of the principle computational methods and an appreciation for their implementation to inorganic comounds.

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Please see attached notes.

Time Required: 
One lecture period, approximately 45 minutes
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