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Covers the applications of computers in chemistry including computer fundamentals; data collection, analysis and presentation; and the visualization and prediction of molecular properties. For chemistry majors only. Noncredit for chemistry minor. (CL) Corequisites: CHM 2001.

 

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If I could talk to you face-to-face about the kind of resources that are best for completing your assignments and research in Computer Applications in Chemistry, I would tell you:

  1. to learn about and use peer-reviewed journals.  You can read more about peer-reviewed journals and why they are important under the Articles & Databases tab.
  2. SciFinder Scholar is the go-to place for all types of chemical information.

In addition, the Reference Resources tab will lead you to some useful resources for basic information in chemistry.

Under the Citing Sources tab you will find out about RefWorks, a very important resource provided by Florida Tech's Evans Library to help students, faculty, and staff keep track of the resources they use in completing assignments and research.

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