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Citation: Ashe, Colin, Barnard, Arthur, Bartolo, Laura, Carter, W. Craig, Davenport, Jodi, Karabinos, Michael, Portman, John, Sadoway, Donald and Yaron, David (2007). States, Energy, Degeneracy, Entropy, and Free Energy Lessons and Applets. NSDL Materials Digital Library Pathway.
Collection: CCLI I: Interdisciplinary Virtual Labs for Undergraduate Education in NSDL MatDL (DUE-0632726)  

Title States, Energy, Degeneracy, Entropy, and Free Energy Lessons and Applets
Author(s) Ashe, Colin
Barnard, Arthur
Bartolo, Laura
Carter, W. Craig
Davenport, Jodi
Karabinos, Michael
Portman, John
Sadoway, Donald
Yaron, David
Keyword(s) states
energies of states
energy barriers
degeneracies of states
entropy
free energy
Abstract/Summary This set of lessons and applets aims to enable first-year undergraduate students to understand a number of difficult concepts. As each concept is introduced, an applet, accompanied by a series of exercises involving the applet, will be provided to aid the students' understanding of the concepts. Through the lessons and applets, students will become familiar with the following concepts: states, energies of states, energy barriers between states, degeneracies of states, entropy, free energy.
Publisher NSDL Materials Digital Library Pathway
Date 2007-11-02
Copyright Notice http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
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Additional Notes These materials were produced for the NSF Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) -funded Phase 1 project, "Interdisciplinary Virtual Labs for Undergraduate Education in NSDL MatDL" (DUE-0632726). The code was produced for the project by Arthur Barnard and Colin Ashe.
 
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