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Exam #2
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Comments on exam #2 Average 69/100 vs. 80/100 78 people took the exam Common problems: - Polarography, a limiting current, E 1/2 - Coulometry - Spontaneity
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SCHEDULE (Fall 2010): 11/8,10,15,17    Spectroscopy (providing directions)     11/20 11/22    Thanksgiving recess 11/29,12/1     Spectroscopy (cont.)     12/06    EXAMINATION # 3 12/8    Instruction ends (separation) 12/18              FINAL EXAMINATION      8-11 AM, in 100 NL  
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1. All information on Compass 2. Six spectroscopy lectures 3. Topics: “Review”: Molecular spectroscopy Quantitative concepts; Lasers and Raman Infrared spectroscopy, SFG Atomic Spectroscopy
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SPECTROSCOPY REVIEW (also for  exam # 3)
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properties of light, electromagnetic   (EM)   radiation and spectrum,   formula of light,   the de  Broglie   theory of light energy transfer highlights in the realm of spectroscopy classifications  photoluminescent system : ground and excited energy levels in  molecules relaxation processes in molecules Spectroscopy   involves interactions of radiation  with a sample  (Harris: 393-)
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Quantitative aspects
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