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Brenruth

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  1. Very true Eigen. And well understood. But there is also an element of the overall culture/atmosphere of the department (sometimes it is hard to discern whether there is a good match with a "mentor" until you are in it) and that is what I am driving at. Research and visits yield a lot of information but I am also interested in comments from anyone else with a sense of the overall atmosphere for chem grad students, certainly for physical chemistry but also generally in the department, whether for Yale or Princeton but also others on the list. Many thanks.
  2. Does anyone have any thoughts (and even better experience) re: choosing Yale versus Princeton for physical chemistry? Also accepted to UNC, UC Boulder, UCLA, U. Penn, and UCSD.
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