- Course policies and general information
- Tests and solutions
- Problem sets and solutions
- Quizzes and solutions
- Mathematical tools: Properties of exponential and logarithmic functions, and table of integrals
- Useful web sites:
- Juha Puranen's page on correlation coefficients: This is a very interesting page which discusses uses and abuses of correlation coefficients.
- NIST chemical kinetics database

- Using your calculator for graphing or regression
If you don't have the instruction manual for your calculator, look here. I will collect links to pages which explain how to graph data and do linear regressions with various calculator models. If you find instructions on the web for a calculator not listed here, let me know and I will add them to this list.

Texas Instruments has a reasonably complete set of manuals for recent calculator models on its web site. To access this, go to their download centre. Select "Guidebooks by Calculator", then pick out your calculator from the drop-down menus.

Other models:

- Useful software:
Maple is a symbolic algebra program which can be used to perform derivatives and integrals, plot functions, etc. You may occasionally find it helpful to use Maple while studying, if only to verify your results. Maple is installed in the undergraduate computing labs.

Although you won't use simulation software in this course, I may from time to time discuss simulation results in class. If you want to experiment with this yourself, here are two packages which are worth investigating:

- Gepasi is a (bio)chemical systems simulator. The interface is reasonably intuitive, although it pays to read the documentation and to examine a few of the examples that come with it before trying to create new simulations.
- xpp (a.k.a. winpp) is a more general simulation system. I can provide you with simple instructions if you decide to use this software. To install xpp, get winpp.zip. Unzip this archive into an empty directory. The executable will be called winpp.exe. If you like, you can also download the documentation.

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