public:teaching:mathchem2-s11

- Lecturers: Jan Haskovec (jan.haskovec@oeaw.ac.at) and David Sevilla (david.sevilla@oeaw.ac.at)
- Frequency: 2 hours/week lecture + 2 hour/week exercises
- Language: English

The final grade will be between 1 (best) and 5 (worst) according to this scale:

- at least 90 points: grade 1
- 76 - 89 points: grade 2
- 63 - 75 points: grade 3
- 50 - 62 points: grade 4
- less than 50 points: grade 5 (failed)

For the lecture, the best of:

- Written final exam
- Written final exam (65%) and written midterm exam (35%)

For the exercises, the best of:

- Written final exam
- Written final exam (50%), written midterm exam (26%), twelve written assignments (24%)
*Prerequisite*: to solve at least two exercises in the blackboard, one in each half of the course.

All the exams consist of theory and exercises.

Notes and assignments will be available shortly after each lecture here (see below).

Bibliography:

*The chemistry maths book*by Erich Steiner*Mathematics for physical chemistry*by Robert G. Mortimer- Notes of
*Mathematik für Chemiker*(in German) at http://fox.indmath.uni-linz.ac.at/wwwlehre/mathchem/mathchem.pdf

Personal support:

- Weekly tutorials with Mathias Dankl (mathias.dankl@gmx.net) on Thursdays at 8:30 - 10:00 in room T111.
- There are no office hours. Feel free to contact any of the lecturers to make an appointment. Questions by email are welcome.

The schedule can be found in KUSSS.

A tentative table of contents. If you have problems opening the files, try right-click and “save as…”

- Differential equations IV - slides , exercises (due on 21.06.2011), Harmonic oscillator on Wikipedia, Resonance on Wikipedia
- Differential equations V - slides (no exercises), example of an autocatalytic reaction - tin pest , Lotka-Volterra on youtube
- Fourier analysis - slides (no exercises) interactive examples of Fourier transforms

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