Book list and start of the programme
Each course in this prospectus states the required and optional literature. Many of these books are used throughout the first and second year.
For the first semester, the books you need are:
- Paula Y. Bruice, Organic Chemistry, Prentice Hall, 8th ed. ISBN 9781292160344 text book and solution manual.
- M.T. Weller, T.L. Overton, J.P. Rourke, and F.A. Armstrong, Inorganic Chemistry, Oxford University Press, Seventh edition, 2018. Pack (Includes Solution Manual) ISBN 9780198835011.
- D.C. Harris, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 9th ed., 2016, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York
- Nelson & Cox, Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, 7th ed & Sapling+ module. Pack 9781949374421 See the publisher website. A discount of 20% is available for Radboud students: Order the pack via the studyassociations Sigma or Leonardo.
- T. Overton, S. Johnson, J. Scott: Study and communication skills for the chemical sciences, 3rd ed., Oxford University press, ISBN 978-0-19-882181-6
- Raymond A. Serway, John W. Jewett, Kate Wilson, Anna Wilson, Wayne Rowlands: Physics For Global Scientists and Engineers, Volume 1, 2nd Edition, Cengage, ISBN 9780170355513
Later in the year also the other Volume will be needed:
Raymond A. Serway, John W. Jewett, Kate Wilson, Anna Wilson, Wayne Rowlands: Physics For Global Scientists and Engineers, Volume 2, 2nd Edition, Cengage, ISBN 9780170355520
Quarter 2 additionally required:
- P.W. Atkins & Julio De Paula, Physical chemistry, 11th edition. Editions 8 and higher can also be used.
You can order the books yourself, but members of the study associations Sigma and Leonardo da Vinci can order books with substantial discount. During the orientation week (18-23 August) this is organised by the study associations. Students who do not participate in the orientation week can contact the study associations via:
Lab coat and glasses
A lab coat of non-synthetic material (usually cotton) as well as proper safety glasses are required during lab courses. Both can be purchased during the first week of lectures (September 2 and 3).
Orientation week and start of the programme
From August 18-23 an orientation week is organised by the university. During this week you get acquainted with your fellow students, with the university,and with the city of Nijmegen. More information can be found here.
During this week, on Monday August 19, 09:00-10:00 the Education Institute will present some practical information about the programmes.
Students who are not able to attend the orientation week: relevant information will be repeated on the first day of lectures.
Lectures start on Monday September 2.
The schedule can be found here: https://persoonlijkrooster.ru.nl/schedule
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