## Lectures:

Lecture 1 (blackboard)

Lecture 2 (blackboard)

Lecture 3 (Note: pages jumbled)

Lecture 4

Lecture 4 Supplement

Lecture 5

Lecture 5 Summary

Lecture 6

Lecture 7

Lecture 8

Lecture 9

Lecture 9 Supplement

Lecture 10

Lecture 11

Lecture 12 (Note: Recursion relation given in the class is wrong but has been fixed in this file.)

Lecture 13

Lecture 14

Lecture 15

Lecture 16

Lecture 17

Reading on SCF

Lecture 18 Read in combination with Notes on Bonding

Lecture 19

Hinshelwood Nobel Lecture (Sir Cyril Hinshelwood shared the 1956 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research into the mechanism of chemical reactions)

Eigen Nobel Lecture (Manfred Eigen shared the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his studies of extremely fast chemical reactions)

Lecture 20

## Tutorials:

Quantum Tutorial 1 (uploaded 10/01)

Quantum Tutorial 2 (uploaded 15/01)

Quantum Tutorial 3 (Print version) (uploaded 27/01)

Quantum Tutorial 4 (Print version) (uploaded 08/02)

## Exams and Quizzes:

Quiz 1 (uploaded 25/01. See page 2 for the answer key)

Minor 1 (with answer key and marking pattern)

## Miscellaneous:

1. Students without a tutorial sheet in the class will be marked absent. (11/01)

2. Quiz on 25/01/2011 is between 5:15 pm to 5:45 pm. Groups 1 through 5 in the Exhibition Hall, and groups 6-10 in WS213, 209, and 204 (if necessary).

3. The minor results are out and it is nothing spectacular: the average is 32 and the standard deviation is 14. More interesting is the stem-leaf plot of the results, which is given below.
You read this plot as follows. The first column is the frequency, that is the number of students with marks in a particular range. For example, there are 14 students with marks between 0 and 10, 28 between 10 and 20, and so on. This is followed by
a number such as 1 | 02, which indicates that there are two students with marks 10 and 12. Here 1 is called the stem while 0 and 2 are called the leaves.

n: 218

14 0 | 04455668999999

28 1 | 0112223333344456677888889999

51 2 | 000000111111222222223444455556666666777888888889999

56 3 | 00000001111222222223333333333444556666666777777788888999

47 4 | 00000011111112233333334455556666667777788899999

15 5 | 001233355567789

07 6 | 0011247