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"The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them."
Albert Einstein (att.)
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Courses: Information on my classes is available through the "Teaching Links" section at left. General chemistry (CHEM 105/CHEM 106) course information is now on I-Learn (formerly Blackboard). If you need access to I-Learn, please contact me. Physical chemistry (CHEM 461, CHEM 462, CHEM 464), computational chemistry (CHEM 490), and chemistry internships (CHEM 498) syllabi and calendar information are also in this section; for additional information on these courses, please stop by Romney 285, or send me an email at dabellr@byui.edu.


Research Interests: What else do I do here? Check the "Research interests" link to see what upper-division chemistry students and I are doing with BYU-Provo in exciting areas of computational chemistry.

Physical Chemistry

"In so far as quantum mechanics is correct, chemical questions are problems in applied mathematics."

Dr. Henry Eyring