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Chemistry 112B Winter 2010 Biophysical Chemistry Lectures: MWF 10:00-10:50 Phelps 3515 Prof. Frank Brown TA: Lauren Misch Rm. 4126 Chemistry Rm. PSBN 1631 (office hours) Email: flbrown@chem.ucsb.edu Email: lmisch@chem.ucsb.edu Office Hours: M 11-12; F 11-12 Office Hours: Tu 1-3 Texts: Physical Chemistry: Principles and Applications in Biological Sciences by Tinoco, Sauer, Wang and Puglisi. Molecular Driving Forces by Dill and Bromberg. (PLEASE NOTE THAT BOTH BOOKS ARE REQUIRED THIS QUARTER!) Homework: Homework assignments will be posted on the course web page every Tuesday/Wednesday and are due the following Wednesday at the beginning of class . Late homeworks will not be accepted. Solutions to the homework assignments will be posted on the course web page the day that they are due. Quizzes: Short quizzes will be given at the beginning of discussion section each week.
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Unformatted text preview: They will cover material from the most recently turned-in homework assignment. Exams: In class midterm on Wednesday February 10. Final on Tuesday March 16 (8:00 AM-11:00 AM). Grading: Course grades will be based on homework & quizzes (25%), the midterm exam (25%), and the final (50%). Tentative outline: Electrochemistry and ligand binding equilibrium: Tinoco ch. 4&5 (weeks 1&2) Dill ch. 22 Boltzmann distribution and applications: Tinoco ch. 6,11 (weeks 3-5) Dill ch. 10, 26, 32 Macromolecular transport and separation: Tinoco ch. 6 (weeks 6&7) Dill ch. 18 Chemical kinetics, including enzyme kinetics: Tinoco ch. 7&8 (weeks 8&9) Dill ch. 19 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (as time permits): Tinoco ch. 9 (week 10) Dill ch. 11...
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