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Title Using computers in chemistry and chemical education / edited by Theresa Julia Zielinski and Mary L. Swift.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, [1997]
©1997

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  QD39.3.E46 U84    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  QD39.3.E46 U84    AVAILABLE  
Subject Chemistry -- Data processing.
Chemistry -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Alt Name Zielinski, Theresa Julia, 1941-
Swift, Mary L., 1946-
Description xiii, 385 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Beyond lecture : a vision of the computer in the modern chemistry classroom / Theresa Julia Zielinski, Mary L. Swift -- The evolution of computers in chemistry / Peter Lykos -- Training the practicing chemist / Robert Megargle -- Industrial considerations : information technology and its effect on corporate culture / Nancy Woo -- Computing and communications in chemistry education / Martin S. Ewing -- Information retrieval in chemistry across the Internet / F.S. Varveri -- Coping with the transformation of chemical information / Carol Carr, Arleen N. Somerville -- Beyond the basics : what chemistry students need to know about computing / Peter C. Jurs -- Spreadsheets for doing and teaching chemistry / Daniel E. Atkinson -- Software for teaching and using numerical methods in physical chemistry / Sidney H. Young, Jeffry D. Madura, Frank Rioux -- A framework for the teaching of computer-instrument interfacing / Kenneth L. Ratzlaff -- Statistical methods in chemistry : why and how they should be integrated into the curriculum / Karen D. Rappaport -- Visualization for chemists / John P. Ranck -- Ab initio techniques in chemistry : interpretation and visualization / James B. Foresman -- Computer chemistry : a curse or the way of the future? / Warren J. Hehre -- Molecular graphics and simulation of proteins and nucleic acids / Scott H. Northrup -- Molecular modeling and drug design / Alexander Tropsha, J. Phillip Bowen -- Teaching organic chemistry on-line : the promise and the reality / Carolyn Sweeney Judd, Robert G. Ford -- Computer-assisted instruction in chemistry / Stephen K. Lower.
ISBN 0841234655
OCLC # 36746445
Table of Contents
 Author Affiliations 
 Preface 
Ch. 1Beyond Lecture - A Vision of the Computer in the Modern Chemistry Classroom / Theresa Julia Zielinski, Mary L. Swift3
Ch. 2The Evolution of Computers in Chemistry / Peter Lykos25
Ch. 3Training the Practicing Chemist / Robert Megargle45
Ch. 4Industrial Considerations - Information Technology and Its Effect on Corporate Culture / Nancy Woo61
Ch. 5Computing & Communications in Chemistry Education / Martin S. Ewing73
Ch. 6Information Retrieval in Chemistry Across the Internet / F. S. Varveri93
Ch. 7Coping with the Transformation of Chemical Information / Carol Carr, Arleen N. Somerville109
Ch. 8Beyond the Basics: What Chemistry Students Need to Know About Computing / Peter C. Jurs135
Ch. 9Spreadsheets for Doing and Teaching Chemistry / Daniel E. Atkinson143
Ch. 10Software for Teaching and Using Numerical Methods in Physical Chemistry / Sidney H. Young, Jeffry D. Madura, Frank Rioux163
Ch. 11A Framework for the Teaching of Computer-Instrument Interfacing / Kenneth L. Ratzlaff187
Ch. 12Statistical Methods in Chemistry: What and How They Should Be Integrated into the Curriculum / Karen D. Rappaport205
Ch. 13Visualization for Chemists / John P. Ranck227
Ch. 14Ab Initio Techniques in Chemistry: Interpretation and Visualization / James B. Foresman243
Ch. 15Computer Chemistry: A Curse or the Way of the Future? / Warren Hehre257
Ch. 16Molecular Graphics and Simulation of Proteins and Nucleic Acids / Scott H. Northrup283
Ch. 17Molecular Modeling and Drug Design / Alexander Tropsha, J. Philip Bowen309
Ch. 18Teaching Organic Chemistry On-line - The Promise and the Reality / Carolyn Sweeney Judd, Robert G. Ford333
Ch. 19Computer-Assisted Instruction in Chemistry / Stephen K. Lower355


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