This introductory physical chemistry course examines the connections between molecular properties and the behavior of macroscopic chemical systems.
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" Really informative and interesting, the instructor has a great ability to explain the most complex concepts in a clear and simple way "
The course instructor was excellent. Although I finished only 5 modules, I could learn a lot.
Theoretically sound concepts were well linked to relevant practicability. It has demanded a lot of dedication, but it has definitely been a worthwhile endeavour.
The only thing that this course needs is more consistency/clarity using the constant with regards to state variables.