Re: CCL:Comp Chem courses, Summary



Note that the most modern "version" of the site listed below is
 actually
 http://vesta.chem.umn.edu/classes/ch8021/2002/ch8021s02.htm
 while the pollux site is more of an archive of past course materials (which
 may, of course, be very useful).
 CJC
 elewars
 >
 >
 > 2002 April 18
 >
 > Here is the summary of replies; I apologize if I have omitted someone.
 > =========
 > The question
 >
 > 2002 April 8
 >
 > Hello,
 >
 > If anyone knows approximately, or even has just a rough idea, how many
 > universities in North America (or anywhere else, if you know) offer a
 > course in computational chemistry, I would very much appreciate this
 > information. Even an educated guess could be useful.
 >
 > Thank you.
 >
 > E. Lewars
 > =================
 > The replies, #1--#11
 >
 > #1
 >     Mon, 08 Apr 2002 16:43:47 -0700 (PDT)
 >    From:
 >          "J. Zheng" <jzheng73 &$at$& u.washington.edu>
 >      To:
 >          elewars <elewars &$at$& trentu.ca>
 >
 > http://pollux.chem.umn.edu/~kormos/8021/
 >
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