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Academic Year 2022Year School/Graduate School School of Engineering Lecture Code K7120030 Subject Classification Specialized Education Subject Name 量子化学I Subject Name

（Katakana）リョウシカガク １ Subject Name in

EnglishQuantum Chemistry I Instructor SADAKANE MASAHIRO Instructor

(Katakana)サダカネ マサヒロ Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 2nd-Year, Second Semester, 4Term Days, Periods, and Classrooms (4T) Tues3-4,Fri3-4：ENG 115 Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style

(More Details)Lecture, practice Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week Language of Instruction B : Japanese／English Course Level 2 : Undergraduate Low-Intermediate Course Area（Area） 25 : Science and Technology Course Area（Discipline） 07 : Chemistry Eligible Students The second year student of Cluster 3 (applied chemistry program) Keywords Quantum theory, Schroedinger equation, wavefunction, uncertainty principle, operator, eigenvalue equation and eigenvalue Special Subject for Teacher Education Special Subject Class Status

within Educational

ProgramStudents learn basic quantum theory, which is necessary to explain basic physical behaviors at the molecular, atomic and sub-atomic levels and to learn Quantum Chemistry II and III. Criterion referenced

EvaluationProgram of Applied Chemistry

（Knowledge and Understanding）

・Wide range of basic knowledge on liberal arts and specialized education, and professional basic knowledge on chemistry.

・Advanced technical knowledge of applied chemistry.

・The conception ability based on logical thinking supported by basic and technical knowledge.Class Objectives

/Class OutlineYou lean basic quantum theory to explain structure and movements of atoms, molecules, and electrons.

Purposes of this class are 1) to understand basic concept of Schroedinger equation, wavefunctions, uncertainty principle, and 2) to understand apply quantum chemistry to simple movements such as particle in a box, harmonic motion, and rotation.Class Schedule lesson1：Introduction, photoelectric effect, wave-particle duality, de Broglie relation

lesson2：Schroedinger equation and wavefunction 1

lesson3: Schroedinger equation and wavefunction 2

lesson4: Probability density, eigenvalue equation, operator

lesson5: Superposition of wavefunctions and expectation value

lesson6: Uncertainty principle

lesson7: Middle Exam and explanations

lesson8: Application to a simple system: particle in a box 1

lesson9: Application to a simple system: particle in a box 2

lesson10: Application to a simple system: harmonic motion 1

lesson11: Application to a simple system: harmonic motion 2

lesson12: Application to a simple system: Rotation in 2 dimension

lesson13: Application to a simple system: Rotation in 3 dimension 1

lesson14: Application to a simple system: Rotation in 3 dimension 2

lesson15: Summary and Exercises

Practices and homework in each class. Two examinations.Text/Reference

Books,etc.Text: Atkins Physical Chemistry, 10th edition, chapter 7 and 8 PC or AV used in

Class,etc.(More Details) Textbook・Handouts・Visual materials (Video/PC/Others） Learning techniques to be incorporated Suggestions on

Preparation and

ReviewEnough preparation and review of each class is necessary because many contents are taught in each class.

Lesson 1：Introduction, photoelectric effect, wave-particle duality, de Broglie relation (text 298-307 pages)

Lesson 2：Schroedinger equation and wavefunction 1 (text 308-315 pages)

Lesson 3: Schroedinger equation and wavefunction 2 (text 308-315 pages)

Lesson 4:Probability density, eigenvalue equation, operator (text 316-320 pages)

Lesson 5:Superposition of wavefunctions and expectation value (text 316-323 pages)

Lesson 6:Uncertainty principle (text 316-326 pages)

Lesson 7:Middle exam and explanations (chapter 7)

Lesson 8:Application to a simple system: particle in a box 1 (text 335-341 pages)

Lesson 9:Application to a simple system: particle in a box 2 (text 335-347 pages)

Lesson 10:Application to a simple system: harmonic motion 1 (text 348-355 pages)

Lesson 11:Application to a simple system: harmonic motion 2 (text 348-355 pages)

Lesson 12:Application to a simple system: Rotation in 2 dimension (text 356-361 pages)

Lesson 13:Application to a simple system: Rotation in 3 dimension 1 (text 361-367 pages)

Lesson 14:Application to a simple system: Rotation in 3 dimension 2 (text 361-367 pages)

Lesson 15:Perturbation theory and summary (chapter 8)Requirements Grading Method Middle exam (50 point) and final exam (50 point). Total more than 60 points are required. Practical Experience Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it Message Other Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.

Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.