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Course Information
Course title
Semester
Department
Instructor
Teaching
Curriculum
Number
Administrative
Curriculum
Number
Applied Biophysical Chemistry
105-1
Institute of Applied Mechanics
趙聖德/ Sheng-Der Chao
AM7045
543 M4870
Class Number
Credits
Full/Half Yr.
3
Half Yr.
Required/Elective Elective
Time
Class
Remarks
Tue 789
應 233
The upper limit of the number of students : 54
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Table of Core
Capabilities and
Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum Planning
Curriculum
Planning
Course Syllabus
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Instructor: Sheng D. Chao (趙聖德) Tel: 3366-5066
(Room 222)
Credit: 3
Course Description Lecture hours: TBA
Classroom: IAM(應力所) TBA
References:
(1) L. S. Brown and T. A. Holme, Chemistry for
Engineering Students (Thomson, Belmont, 2006).
(2) D. A. McQuarrie and J. D. Simon, Physical Chemistry
(University Science Books, Sausalito, 1997).
(3) P. Atkins and J. de Paula, Physical Chemistry for the
Life Science (Freeman& Co., New York, 2006).
(4) M. K. Cambell and S. O. Farrell, Biochemistry, 4th
Ed. (Thomson, New York, 2003).
Grading Policy:
Quiz: 30%
Midterm project report: 30%
Final presentation: 40%
Course Description & Outline:
This course is designed primarily for engineering students
to enlarge their knowledge base. The aim is to apply
modern physical chemistry to problems of biological
importance such as bioenergetics, enzyme kinetics and
transport dynamics of biomolecules.
Physical chemistry
Basic Organic chemistry
Applied Quantum Chemistry
Chemical kinetics, statistical thermodynamics
Applications: Intermolecular Interactions
Applications: Dynamic processes in Biosensors
Selected topics
Course Objective
Course
Requirement
Office Hours
References
Designated reading
Grading
Progress
Week
Date
Chapter