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PHZ 4710 Introduction to Biophysics (Spring 2007: Section 3812) (3 credits and Gordon Rule writing requirement level 2) Tentative Syllabus (Version of 04 January 2007) http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~meisel/4710-2007.html Instructor: Mark W. Meisel, Department of Physics, University of Florida Office/Lab: NPB B133, Tel: 392-9147, Fax: 392-7709, Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 8th period (15:00 - 15:50 hrs), and by appointment; any modifications to my office hours will posted on my online schedule at http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~meisel/schedule.htm . Prerequisite: One year of an Introductory Physics sequence (PHY 2048/2049 or PHY 2053/2054 or equivalent) or permission of Instructor. Meeting Times: Tue. 8th period (15:00 to 15:50 hrs) and Thurs. 8th & 9th (15:00 to 16:55, with a break!) in NPB 1216. Students are expected to attend the lecture sessions. Textbook: No textbook is required for this course. The Instructor will discuss some “recommendations”. Posting: Materials and information concerning the course will be posted on the Course Webpage, see http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~meisel/4710-2007.html .
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