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Chemical reactions underpin the production of pretty much everything in our modern world. But, what is the driving force behind reactions? Why do some reactions occur over geological time scales whilst others are so fast that we need femtosecond-pulsed lasers to study them? Ultimately, what is going on at the atomic level? Discover the answers to such fundamental questions and more on this course in introductory physical chemistry. The course covers the key concepts of three of the principal topics in first-year undergraduate physical chemistry: thermodynamics, kinetics and quantum mechanics. These three topics cover whether or not reactions occur, how fast they go and what is actually going on at the sub-atomic scale....

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DS

2020年6月5日

Thank you so much for giving and including this syllabus which is is very helpfull for my accademic.The lectures given was so clear, and understandabe and also the virtual labs were very fine.

QY

2016年9月22日

I like this course very much as it talks clearly about the basic concept in this course.\n\n(Prerequisite: I have learned this course before, I just try to review all the info in this class.)

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26 - 物理化学导论 的 50 個評論(共 111 個)

創建者 Zahria P

2022年1月1日

I really enjoyed this course! I always hear how hard this subject is so I took this course to become familiar with a few basic concepts and help prepare myself before I have to take it at my school my junior year. It got tough at times (me not having taken physics yet probably contributed to this), but I think the professors do a great job at explaining the concepts and going through example problems to help prepare for the assessments. The labs were also fun and helped me understand the concepts better as well!

創建者 Lenis G

2022年3月19日

Nourishing course on Physical Chemistry. Professors take you step by step in the theory, and in the virtual labs. I'm grateful to have the opportunity to fill my gaps in both theory and lab in Physical Chemistry. I cannot completely express my gratitude with words to the Professors, Machester University, and Coursera. I highly recommend this course to all undergraduate university students; it's suitable to learn new content as well as reviewing it.

創建者 Sheshaddri M G

2021年7月3日

An excellent course to learn about thermodynamics, quantum chemistry and other important elements of physical chemistry. The instructors explained the topics really well, and the quizzes were intense enough to make sure you truly understand the subject. The virtual experiments were pretty cool as well!

創建者 SALOMÓN C P

2021年4月28日

I am infinitely grateful for the ease of being able to reinforce the knowledge. Because in the specialty subjects, the basic foundations and the principles of Physicochemical are of transcendental important to solve real problems of daily life and understand the phenomena of nature.

創建者 Michael F

2018年8月29日

This was a bit challenging since I did not do well in high school chemistry. Learned a lot and enjoyed the class, I simply wish the final quizzes had answers to them so I could compare mine to the correct one.

創建者 Shuai Y

2017年9月8日

This course help me to establish a much more clear understand to the basic theory of the physical chemistry. I really want to show my thank to the professors here.

創建者 Mila G

2020年11月27日

Great course! Helped me a lot and provided a different view on some fundamental chemical branches. It is great because it's summarized and not too complicated.

創建者 刘敏昊

2017年7月18日

I really think this is a great challenge for high school students to choose, but it truly taught me something that interesting and relate to my future study.

創建者 JEAN L C S

2020年6月20日

An excellent course in physical chemistry with interesting lab practices to cover the principles of thermodynamics, kinetics and quantum chemistry.

創建者 MATEUS P D S

2020年9月12日

Parabéns aos envolvidos, um conteúdo passado com clareza e objetividade de uma maneira mais fácil de entender. É um curso maravilhoso

創建者 Sofia O

2020年5月8日

This course was very helpful to me. I really enjoyed it. I think the lenght of the videos was perfect and the quizes kept me excited.

創建者 Shovon B

2020年4月30日

Amazing course. Thanks to University of Manchester and Coursera for this course. I've learnt a lot of important things from here. :)

創建者 Ruben A R P

2018年8月25日

Muy buen curso y ademas las evaluaciones muy bien estructuradas. Felicitaciones a los docentes y a la Universidad de Manchester.

創建者 Saul O A

2016年10月24日

Me gusto el curso. El laboratorio virtual fue de mucha ayuda y ayuda a visualizar los ejercicios de mejor manera. Excelente

創建者 Daniela C M

2020年8月24日

Excelente Curso, proporciona conocimiento en varios temas y profundiza mucho para mejorar el entendimiento de los mismos.

創建者 Sheila R V

2020年10月1日

It's really an excellent course , it helped me to define well my foundations in physical-chemistry,

Thank you very much!

創建者 Roman P

2021年7月27日

A brilliant, fascinating and accessible course. Highly recommended for anyone interested in chemistry and/or physics.

創建者 Ashish R

2020年7月12日

I found the course really useful , especially the practical sections at the end of every theoretical explanations.

創建者 MOHAMED M P

2020年10月22日

The course is very good and easy to understand for any science students who likes to learn physical chemistry

創建者 Geert P

2015年12月21日

Super course, clear in the theoretical analysis, good practice quizzes and interesting virtual lab exercises.

創建者 Joydeep S

2020年5月10日

Excellent course content and really very useful in understanding the modern applications of nanotechnology.

創建者 Connie S

2017年7月2日

Great course! It serves as a good bridge between A-levels and an undergraduate degree in chemistry.

創建者 Jorge M

2016年11月7日

muy bueno.. pero seria mucho mejor con los subtitulos en español para los que no hablamos ingles

創建者 Sheikh A

2022年5月18日

ipHere we get to know how it's like to be taught in world's leading Institutesd'sworldworld​

創建者 Thanh P

2015年8月14日

The course is very useful and easy to understand for non-chemistry major student. Thank you