Chemistry

**CHM 635: Mathematical Methods for Chemists ****(4)**

**Prerequisites: **MTH 101, MTH 102, MTH 201, MTH 202

*Learning Objectives*:

The main objective of this course is to provide students of chemistry the necessary skills and confidence to apply simple ideas and methods in mathematics.

*Course Contents*:

Differentiation and integration; seried and limits, vector calculus; linear algebra and vector spaces; determinants, matrices and eigenvalue problems; curvilinear coordinates; functions of a complex variable; ordinary and partial differential equations; Fourier series, integral transforms; introduction to probability and statistics.

*Suggested Readings *:

- McQuarrie, D. A.,
*Mathematical methods for scientists and engineers*, University Science Books,**2003**. - Arfken, G., Weber, H., and Harris, F.,
*Mathematical methods for physicists*, Academic Press, Ed. 7th,**2012**. - Boas, M. L,
*Mathematical methods for the physical sciences*, Kaye Pace, Ed. 3rd,**2006**. - Matthews, J., and Walker, R. L.,
*Mathematical methods of physics*, Addison Wesley Longman, Ed. 2nd,**1971**.

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