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Dao_Trinh wrote:Dear all,
I'm actually an assistant teaching in Univ. Pierre Marie Curie (Paris), for the lecture for student in 2nd years (LC209 - Simulation in chemistry). So this is the 4 lessons with the correction for whom want to use this lessons as a references for his student. The lessons are in French language : Introduction of Mathematica, Simulation Orbitals, Matrix, Solve and Lagrange Method.
Dao_Trinh wrote:Dear Kathy,
I re-up these files so you can take a closer look to them. The language is French, (for the student in second year in Univ. Pierre Marie Curie), the content : Introduction to Mathematica and Application for the Chemistry (Orbital, Fitting, Vectors, pH, Acid, ...). These lectures are designed for about 12h in practicing Mathematica (4 days / 3h each day).
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