1年 文科 理科 2年 文科 理科 月 2 1年 文科 理科 2年 文科 理科 木 5 ル(PEAK)(Tokugawa S 1年 文科 理科 2年 文科 理科 木 3 ル(PEAK)(数学Ⅱ②)(Mathematics II②) S PEAK科目 時間割コード 時間割コード 時間割コード ウッドワード・ジョナサン・ロジャー バクスター,ジョシ30106 S 講義題目 授業の目標概要 31017 講義題目 授業の目標概要 30957 講義題目 授業の目標概要 開講 授業科目名 全学自由研究ゼミナール開講 授業科目名 全学自由研究ゼミナー開講 授業科目名 全学自由研究ゼミナーAn introduction to the key physical principles underpinning the whole of modern chemistry, focusing on key ideas from quantum mechanics, molecular statistics and thermodynamics. This course aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the key ideas in Physical Chemistry with a focus on Quantum Mechanics and Thermodynamics. By the end of the course, students should be able to 1) Understand the failure of classical mechanics. 2) Explain the key principles of quantum mechanics. 3) Rationalize the structure of atoms based on quantum mechanics. 4) Explain why the periodic table has the form that it has. 5) Describe the models of chemical bonding and use these models to predict the shapes and stabilities of molecules. 6) Understand the structure of gases including the effects of intermolecular forces. 7) Make calculations based on the kinetic theory of gases 8) Understand the relationship between the properties of individual molecules and of bulk samples. 9) Appreciate the significance of the Boltzmann distribution 10) Understanding key ideas in thermodynamic including work, heat, enthalpy, entropy and Gibbs energy. 11) Applying the basic concepts of thermodynamics to chemical equilibria Tokugawa Cities This course will explore the three most important cities of Tokugawa Japan: Edo, Kyoto and Osaka. These three cities were among the largest of the early modern world and were home to a vibrant urban culture. Edo, the shogun’s capital, was nothing but a small fishing village in the early 1600s but, within a century, grew to probably the largest city in the world with over a million people. Kyoto was the imperial capital, famous for its temples and the arts. Osaka was a merchant’s city, full of economic activity dominated by the growth of a money economy. While roaming the streets of these three cities, students will be asked to think about how people lived, worked and played. What did they think about the city around them? Who performed the labour to build such cities? And, where did they go to have fun? In order to explore these questions in class the use of maps, primary sources, screen paintings, prints, films, and short stories will be utilized. Introductory course in linear algebra, continued Phenomena in natural and social sciences are usually complicated, and seldom described by linear equations. However, Linear Algebra is still powerful and effective in describing essential parts of the phenomena by linear approximation. Thus Linear Algebra has vast applications. Linear Algebra will further provide basics for considering linear spaces that appear in quantum mechanics or Fourier analysis. The ideas in Linear Algebra are broadly utilized in sciences and engineering, including agriculture, medicine, and economy, as well as in mathematics and physics. Although Linear Algebra is simple and clear in theory, one needs to be familiar with abstract concepts in mathematics to properly deal with it in practice. It is important for students to keep on deepening their understanding by working with exercise and related problems. (PEAK)(Introductory Chemistry) Cities) 担当教員 担当教員 ュア 担当教員 松尾 厚 PEAK前期 PEAK前期 PEAK前期 所属 曜限 所属 曜限 所属 曜限 対象 対象 対象

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