Créé par :   Université du Minnesota

  • Dr.  Christopher J.  Cramer

    Enseigné par :    Dr. Christopher J. Cramer, Distinguished McKnight and University Teaching Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Physics

    Chemistry
Commitment4-6 hours/week
Language
English
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Université du Minnesota
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Note moyenne 4.9 sur 5 sur 94 notes

Its really a great course.

Very well taught

Excellent course. Highly recommended if the subject is of interest to you.

Chris Cramer is a great speaker who clearly put a lot of care into how this material was presented. I have taken physical chemistry in my undergrad education and did well in it, but still learned a lot from the ~4 weeks of this course I actually did last time. By using base theoretical principles to motivate the thermodynamic principles, I got a different way to think about things I was familiar with and gave me a more intuitive understanding for certain things.