Apr 16, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog
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CHM 270 - Applied Mathematics in Chemistry


This course provides basic tools of applied mathematics used to interpret and model systems studied in chemistry, biochemistry and physics. CHM270 is designed as a post-calculus I course for second-year students that major in chemistry and biochemistry or related fields. Some of the topics covered are qualitative and analytic approaches to differential equations, partial derivatives, introduction to matrices and transformation matrices, group theory and symmetry. Course codes: ABR. Prerequisites: CHM.Q*140 and MTH.Q*113, with grades of C- or higher. Prerequisite or co-requisite with MTH*212.

Prerequisites & Notes
Course codes: ABR. Prerequisites: CHM.Q*140 and MTH.Q*113, with grades of C- or higher. Prerequisite or co-requisite with MTH*212. Term cycle: fall. Yearly cycle: variable offering.

Credits: 1



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