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Transcript
Faculty of Science
Department of
chemistry
Time of lectures:
Instructor:
Office hours:
2015/2016
Semester:
Physical Chemistry 3
(Quantum Chemistry)
)3( ‫الكيمياء الفيزيائية‬
111342
Prerequisite (s): 341907+111203
Lecture room (s) :
1st
Text books & References:
Physical Chemistry by Laidler, Meiser, and Sanctuary. Published by
Text Book
Houghton Mifflin in 2003. ISBN: 0-618-12341-5.
Atkins, Peter W - Molecular Quantum Mechanics.
Other
Atkins, Peter W - Physical Chemistry.
References
Levine, Ira N - Quantum Chemistry.
Course Description:
This course is an introduction to quantum mechanics and its application to chemistry. We will
deal with the concepts and formalism of quantum mechanics. Several systems (free particle, 1D, 2-D and 3-D boxes, harmonic oscillator and rigid rotor) will be discussed to illustrate the
formulation and solution of basic quantum mechanics problems. The application of quantum
mechanics to chemistry will be demonstrated by discussion of aspects of electronic,
vibrational and rotational spectroscopy of atoms and diatomic molecules, angular momentum,
spin and chemical bonding in simple molecules.
At the conclusion of the course students should be able to:
1.
Set up simple quantum mechanical problems as a differential equation with appropriate
boundary conditions and discuss the properties of the solutions.
2.
Understand how to think about quantum systems.
3.
Relate spectroscopic results to the underlying quantum mechanics
4.
Understand chemical bonding in terms of quantum mechanics.
Probability and complex numbers will be covered in this course. Students should be able to
differentiate and integrate common functions. The appendix in the text covers the mathematics
background that you will need. Students should be able to verify that a given function is a
solution of a differential equation.
M.N
Assignments: Your success in this course will depend on your ability to reason about quantum
mechanical approaches. This requires practice and it is unlikely that you will do well if you do
not do all the assigned problems. There will be questions on concepts that require a clear
written answer. Show your thinking when solving problems. Problem solutions that consist
only of the final result will receive no credit.
Plagiarism: It is accepted that it is useful to discuss strategy aspects of the problem
assignments with other students. This does not include providing answers to other students.
You must write up the assignments by yourself. Any evidence of copying will result in an
assignment component mark of zero.
Course outline:
Week
Topic detailes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Attendance Policies:
 Be Punctual.
 Attendance is mandatory. Students are not allowed to miss more than 15% of the
lectures, without acceptable real cause.
 If a student misses more that 15 % of the course lectures, she/he will forfeit the course
credits. After this, medical reports may be submitted for evaluation, for a total absence
of no more than 20%. If student misses more than 20% of lectures, regardless of the
cause, the course will be failed.
Grading system:
Assessment
First Exam
Second Exam
Activities and Evaluation
Final Examination
Total
M.N
Grade
25%
25%
10%
40%
100%