Lecture 1: Vision Statement, Administrative Details - Introduction - Taxonomy of Chemical Species - Origins of Modern Chemistry
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"Welcome to 3.091. My name is Donald Sadoway, and I'll be your lecturer this fall. We've got plenty of room here if you need to sit. You can sit up the steps and in the aisles. We'll get things sorted out in the next day or two. What I'd like to do today is to introduce myself, introduce the subject, introduce my plans. I have plans for you. I have plans for you called plans for learning because that's what it's all about. People if you're coming in now, you can sit up here, or you even can sit on the floor up here. It's one big happy family. So, let me begin by telling you that 3.091 is the most important subject that you will take at MIT..."
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