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transcript from Temple University is to be sent b\ the student to the
dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics with a note
requesting application materials for graduation.

( I ) Student is to work with his her advisor to select appropriate free
electives for professional school. Ceramics and additional courses in
Biology are highlv recommended.



Bachelor of Science-Natural Science/Pre-Engineering Track



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 123

Humanities/Philosophy and Religious Studies: Pllll 222

Natural Science: CHEM 111-112

Social Science: ECON 121. PI S( 111 I or 111

Synthesis: not required for three-year students

Writing Intensive: one course required for threc-vear students
Liberal Studies Electives: MAUI 124. no courses with SCI prefix

Major:

Required Courses:

( OSC 110 Problem Solv mg and Structured Programming la

t I isi 250 Introduction to Numerical Methods 3«

M \l II l~l Introduction to 1 inear Algebra Jcr

\l\l II 241 Differential Equations 3ci

MATH M2 Advanced Mathematics foi Applications 4cr

PHYS 131 Physics M I ecture lei

Pins 132 Physics II -< I ecture Jci

Pins 141 Physics K I ab(oi Tins 121 Lab) lcr

Pins 142 Physics U-Cl ah lei

Pins 331 Modem Physics (2) 3cr
( ontrolled Electives: one package, depending on program
Chemical Engim i

CHEM 231 < iTganic t hemistrj I 4ci

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II 4cr



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Civil I ngim ■

\i\iii 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Science! let

technical eta live I 4< t

Elet a u •// / 'iv;i'ic .
\i\ill 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences lei

rechnical elective
Industrial I ngineering
\l\lll 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences la

rechnical elective ; i> i

W.j/. riali 5 ' Engineering

i III \i ! II ( Irganic I hemistrj I It i

(III \l 232 Organic i hemistrj II 4cr

\4et hanii .;/ Engineering

rechnical electives 6 B< r

Othet Requirements: 0-6

I oreign I anguage Intermediate I evel ( I )

Free I lectlves: 9

Other Requirements: about 64

[Wo years at i Diversity ol Pittsburgh School of I ngineering (2. 3)



(#) Total Degree Requirements:



159 1 1. 1



1 1 i Intermediate-level I oreign I anguage ma) be included in 1 iberal Studies

electives
t2> A 2.8 cumulative GPA is required for transfei to the University ol

Pittsburgh.
i I) lor curriculum information about the cooperative program in

engineering with Drexel University, refer to the catalog section for

the Physics Department.

see advisor) paragraph Timel) Completion of Degree Requirements"

in the section on Requirements foi Graduation.



Bachelor of Science-Natural Science/Pre-Optometry Track (*)

Libera] Studies: Vs outlined in Liberal Studies section 44

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: M \l II 121

Natural Science: ( III \! I I 1-112

Social Science: ECON 101. PSYC 101

Synthesis: not required for three-year students who transfei

to .i professional school with an articulation agreement

\\ ritinj; Intensive: writing-intensive course only required
for three-year students who transfer to a professional school

with an articulation agreement

Liberal Studies Electives: COS< 101, no courses with si I prefix

Major: 41

Required Courses:

BIOL 111 Principles of Biology! 4cr

BIOL 112 Principles of Biology II 4cr

HUM 150 Human Anatomy 3cr

BIOL 151 Human Physiology 4cr

BIOL 241 General Microbiology 3cr

BIOL 263 Genetics 3cr

( III \l 231 Organic Chemistry I 4cr

( III M 232 Organic Chemistry II or

C III M J51 Biochemistry' 4cr

PHYSU1 Physics 1 Lecture 3cr

PHYS121 Physics I Lab Icr

I'lHS I 12 Physics II Lecture 3cr

PHYS122 Physics II Lab Icr



\l\lll 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences 3cr

Other Requirements:

Foreign Language Intermediate Level



0-6



i i.i Electives: (1)

I lectives to meet minimum ol 90 M P ci and minimum ol
n I lumanities and So< i ion to

affiliated opton il aftei thn HP

Maxim ci foi work at affiliated opi I IOci

total Degree Requirements:

i"i Accelerated three-yeai Pennsylvania ( ollege ol Optometr) ip< O)

program Vmaximut Tk may be transferred after the

first yeat at PCO i pon complet i the firsl /eat ol studiesal

l'( ( i. ,i n. hi .. ripi from Pt i > is to be tent b) the student to the dean ol
the i ollege ol Natural Sciences and Mathematics with a note
requesting applii ation mai raduation

1 1 1 Student is to work with Ins bet advisoi to select ap p rop ri ate free
elec tives foi professional school Neurobiolog) and • tptics are bighl)
recommended ionises.



Bachelor of Science-Natural Science/Pre-Pharmacy Track (')

Liberal Studies: As Outlined in I iberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 121

Natural Science: ( III M II 1-112

Social Science: ECON 101, PSY( 101

Synthesis: not required lor three-year students who transfer

to a professional school with an articulation agreement

Writing Intensive: writing-intensive course only required

foi three-yeai students who transfei to a professional

school with an articulation agreement

Liberal Studies Electives: COSC 101, no courses with S< I prefix

Major: 41

Required Courses:

BIOl I I I Principles ol Biology I 4cr

BIOL 112 Principles of Biology D 4cr

BIOL 150 Human Anatomy 3cr

BIOL 151 Human Physiology 4cr

BIOL 241 General Microbiology 3cr

BIOL 263 Genetics 3cr

( HEM 231 Organic Chemistry 1 4cr

( III \l 232 Organic I hemistr) II or

CHEM351 Biochemistr) 4cr

PinS 111 Physics I Lecture 3cr

PHYS 121 Physics I Lab Icr

PHYS 1 12 Physics II Lecture 3cr

PHYS 122 Physics II Lab Icr

MATH 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences 3cr



Other Requirements:

Foreign Language Intermediate Level

Free Electives: 1 1 1

Electives to meet minimum of 90 IIP cr and minimum of
24cr in Humanities and Social Sciences for admission
to affiliated pharmacy school after three years at IUP

Maximum cr tor work at affiliated pharmacy school 30cr



0-6



0-30



12H



Total Degree Requirements:

(*) Accelerated three-year Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy
(SUSP) or Lake I rie ( ollege oft tsteopathic Medicine School of Phar-
macy (LECOMP) program A maximum of30cr may be transferred
after first year at SUSP or LECOMP. Upon completion of the first
year of studies at either SUSP or LECOMP. a transcript from SUSP or
LECOMP is to he sent b) the student to the clean of the College of
Natural Sciences and Mathematics at HP with a note requesting
application materials for graduation

l I ) Student is to w.nk with his her advisor to select appropriate free

electives for professional school. Additional courses in C hemistry and
COMM 101 are recommended



INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA UNDERGRADUAI I ( \TALOG, 2009-2010



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Bachelor of Science-Natural Science/Pre-Physical Therapy
Track (*)



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 121

Natural Science: CULM 111-112

Social Science: PSYC 101

Synthesis: not required for three-year students who transfer

to a professional school with an articulation agreement

Writing Intensive: writing-intensive course only required

for three-year students who transfer to a professional

school with an articulation agreement

Liberal Studies Electives: COSC 101, no courses with SCI prefix



49



Major:

Required Courses:

BIOL 1 1 1 Principles of Biology I

BIOL I 1 2 Principles of Biology II

BIOL 150 Human Anatomy

BIOL 151 Human Physiology

BIOL 241 General Microbiology

BIOL 263 Genetics

CHEM 23 1 Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II or

CHEM 351 Biochemistry

PHYS 1 1 1 Physics I Lecture

PHYS121 Physics 1 Lab

PHYS 112 Physics II Lecture

PHYS 122 Physics II Lab



41



4cr

4cr
3cr
4cr
3cr
3cr
4cr

4cr
3cr
lcr

3cr
lcr



MATH 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences 3cr

Other Requirements:

Foreign Language Intermediate Level

Free Electives: ( 1 )

Electives to meet minimum of 90 IUP cr and minimum of
24cr in Humanities and Social Sciences for admission to
affiliated physical therapy school after three years at IUP

Maximum cr for work at affiliated physical therapy school 30cr

Total Degree Requirements:



0-6



0-30



120



(*) Accelerated three-year Gannon University School of Physical

Therapy program. A maximum of 30sh of work may be transferred
after the first year at Gannon University School of Physical Therapy.
Upon the completion of the first year of studies at one of the physical
therapy schools, a transcript from that school is to be sent by the stu-
dent to the dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
with a note requesting application materials for graduation. Articula-
tion agreement with Chatham University School of Physical Therapy
requires a B.S. from IUP.

( 1 ) Student is to work « ith his/her advisor to select appropriate free
electives for professional school. Neurobiology, Biomechanics, and
Athletic Training are highly recommended.



Bachelor of Science-Natural Science/Pre-Podiatry Track (*)



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications;

Mathematics: MATH 121

Natural Science: CHEM 111-112

Social Science: PSYC 101

Synthesis: not required for three-year students who transfer

to a professional school with an articulation agreement

Writing Intensive: writing-intensive course only required

for three-year students who transfer to a professional

school with an articulation agreement

Liberal Studies Electives: COSC Mil. no courses with SCI prefix



49



Major:

Required Courses:

BIOL 1 1 I Principles ol Biology I

BIOL 112 Principles of Biology II

BIOL 150 Human Anatomy

BIOL 151 Human Physiology

BIOL 241 General Microbiology

BIOL 263 < icnclics

CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II or

CHEM 351 Biochemistry

PHYS 1 1 1 Physics I Lecture

PHYS 121 Physics I Lab

PHYS 112 Physics II Lecture

PHYS 122 Physics II Lab



41



4cr
4cr
3cr
4cr
Scr
3cr
4cr

4ci
3cr
lcr
3cr

lcr



MATH 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences 3cr

Other Requirements: 0-6

Foreign Language Intermediate Level

Free Electives: ( 1 ) 0-30

Electives to meet minimum of 90 UP cr and minimum of
24cr in Humanities and Social Sciences for admission
to affiliated podiatry school after three years at IUP
Maximum cr for work at affiliated podiatry school 30cr

Total Degree Requirements: 120

(*) Accelerated three-year Temple University School of Podiatry pro-
gram. A maximum of 30sh may be transferred after the first at lemple
University School of Podiatry. Upon completion of the first year of
studies at Temple University School of Podiatry, a transcript from
Temple University is to be sent by the student to the dean of the
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at II I' with a note
requesting application materials for graduation

( 1 ) Student is to work with his/her advisor to select appropriate free
electives for professional school. Additional courses in Biology are
recommended.

B.S.-Natural Science/Science for Disaster Response Track

This track provides intensive education and training in the principles
involved in detecting, identifying, and safe handling of chemical, biological,
radiological, or nuclear (CBRN i agents and their precursors as they are
related to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) This track responds to the
national mandate to improve the educational level of first responders in the
WMD community. The intended audience is the National Guard Bureau's
Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams (WMD-CST). other
United States Government WMD and homeland security response elements.
slate and local civilian WMD and homeland security response elements, and
related emergency planners Additionally, this track prepares WMD first
responders for employment in technical positions related to Homeland
Security or graduate studies in CBRN defense

Requirements for Admission: In addition to meeting admission require-
ments at IUP. the applicant must have local, state, oi federal agency
organization authorization certifying student participation in emergency
response teams. The purpose of this requirement is to ensure security
because of the sensitive nature of some of the course material.

The applicant also must have sufficient preparation in biology, chemistry.
physics, and mathematics. Preparation should include high school biology.

chemistry, physics, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry Additionally, all
students must take a placement exam that has been developed by the
WMD-faculty for levels I. 2. and 3 ol the SDR courses I his placement
exam is designed lo assess ihe student's knowledge of the material in the
courses ,hvu iated with levels I. 2. and 3. I ach course has questions on the
placement exam Students nuisl attain a score of Mi percent or higher on

the questions associated with a course in ordei to place out of thai course

However, the students will not receive credit for a course Ihcv don't have
to take. Therefore, they will have to make up the credits by taking another
course The advisors will help Ihe students to select an appropriate com



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Applicant* should have prioi education and training in domestic prepared
ncss, sample collection and analysis, emergent y medic ine, and emergent \
response Due lo the sensitive nature ol some ol the course material and
the need to ensure security, .ill students who are interested in spplyui
admission into the H S Natural Science with specialization in SDR must be
approved by the directoi "i the \\ Ml > Programs ai li IP prioi to submitting
.in application < ontacl information foi the directoi "i the \\\ll>
Programs al II I' is on the II r w Ml' website »»» iup.edu wmdrealiii.



Bachelor of Science-Natural Science/Science for Disaster
Response Track

I iiui.il Studies: \s outlined in 1 iberal Studies section 49

with the following specifications

Mathematics: \i Mil 121

Natural Science: CHEM ill 1 12 oi I in M 113-114

Social Science: PSY( 101

Liberal Studies I lectives: >er. PHYS 111. no courses with

si i oi SDR prefixes

Major: 60

Required Courses:

Biology: 1 1 ■

BIOL 111 Principles oi Biology I 4cr

BIOI 150 Human \naloim lei

BIOI l>l Human Physiology 4cr
M)K ( ore t nurses (Biology):

sPR 1 1 1 Basic Biological I aboratory Operations 5ci

SDR21I Interaction of CBRN Materials with

Biological Systems and PCR lcchnology 5cr
sdr 311 Structure ofDNA, RNA, and Cell Morphology 5ci
sdk ( ore ( nurses (Chemistry):
SDR 121 ( hemic. il Recognition and Identification

rechniques 5cr

sDR 221 Chemistry of Precursor Compounds 5cr

SDR 32 1 Organic Chemistry ofWMD, III s. and I IMS 5ci

Physics:

PHYS 112 Physics II lecture 3cr

Pins 121 PhysicsILab Icr

PI I VS 122 Physics nUb lcr

PlhS 222 Mechanics I 2cr

Pins J3I Modern Physics 3cr
SDR (ore Courses (Physics):

SDR 131 Principles of Radiation 3cr

SDR231 Hazards of Ionizing Radiation 3cr

SDR331 Interaction of Ionizing Radiation Jcr

Other Requirements: 4-10

M \TH 122 Calculus II tor Natural and Social Sciences 4cr

I oreign I anguage Intermediate Level 0-6cr

Free EJecrJves: 1-7

Suggested:

BIOL 401 Methods in Molecular Biol

and Biotechnology 3cr

BIOL 410 Advanced Topics in Molecular Biology 3cr

t I 'st 101 i omputei I iteracy 3ci

M \I II 21d Probability and Statistics lot Natural Sciences or 3cr
MM II 21" Probability and Statistics 3ct

SDR486 Selected Topics in SDR l-6cr

Total Degree Requirements: 12(1

i I I Students transferring from the SDR track must fulfill all requirements
of the transferred Natural Science preprofessional track.



Department of Physics

Website: >> » » tup edu />ln w. »

i>.\ki\ raiwar. Chairperson; I da. Freeman, Haija Karimi. Kern
N in nan. Sobolcwski, \\ iickiiiii.u. Zhou; and professors emeriti Bci
Buckwalter, Fo> Hershman, Matolyak Matous, Riban, Ro

\\ liitson

ii ol the Department ol Physics is to prepare fully qualified
individuals foi productive careers in physics I ive degrees are offered within
the College ol Natural Sciences and Mathematics the Bacheloi ol Scici
e with a majoi in Physics, the Bacheloi ol Arts degree with a major in

Physics, the Bachelor ol Science degree with a majoi in Applied Ph.

the Associate in Applied Science in Electro-Optics, and the Associate in
Science in I lectro Optics Ihe first three programs offei very good prepa-
ration foi graduate study in physics or tor research in industrial techno].
I he applied physics degree provides a Strong technical background lor work

m solid stale electronics oi electro-optics or for interdisciplinary research
m the areas of computet science, chemistry, biology, and geolc
Bacheloi of Science in I ducation « ith a majoi in Phy sics is also offered \
two-year pre-engineering program is offered in cooperation with Drexcl
University wherein students transfer to Drexel alter two years The depart-

nienl also oilers a minor in Physics, as well as general science courses that
salisK the Natural Science requirements ol the Liberal Studies program

I he two associate degrees in 1 leclro-( Iptics. Associate in Applied Science in
I lectro-< iptics I A A S.l-.O.) and Associate in Science in Electro-Optics
(A.S.I O.), are designed to produce trained and skilled workers that will
move into senior technician slols in the eleelro-oplics industry both
locally and nationally. \\ ith the A.S.E.O. degree the student has a choice of
either going directly to work or matriculating at the UP main campus in
the Electro-Optics track in Applied Physics. The two associate degrees.
A.A.S.E.O and A SI ( > . are offered at the IIP Northpointe Campus.

Nanomanufacturing Technology Track

The Bacheloi oi Science degree with a major in Applied Physics
Nanomanufacturing Technology Track (NM'I'i will help IIP students to
lake one semester ol experiential learning in the high-tech field of semi-
conductor device manufacturing at (he state-of-the-art facility at Penn
State-University Park Campus. Nanofabrication industries using this tech-
nology are rapidly growing from biomedical applications to microelectron-
ics. Graduates of the Applied Pin sics \MT Track may enter careers in
industry and education.

The students enrolled in Applied Physics/NMT Track will spend one
semester ( 16 weeks) ( llser Capstone) in their Junior Senior \ear at Penn
State (in the fall, spring, or summer [12 weeks]! for hands-on experience in
high-tech semiconductoi device manufacturing Geld. Students must earn a
OPA of at least 3.0 in the required Science and Mathematics courses to be
considered for admission into the Capstone semester al Penn State.

Minor in Physics

To minor in Pits sics. a student must successfully complete 15 credits in
Physics consisting of at least three courses at the 200 level or higher

Cooperative Pre-Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Electrical,
Materials, Mechanical) Program with Drexel University

Common to all pre-engineering programs are the following science and
mathematics requirements: *PHYS 131-141, PHYS 132-142, PHYS 322.
PHYS J42, "MATH 123. *MATH 124. MATH 171, MATH 241. 'CHEM
111. *CHEM I 12 (*or appropriate substitute)

Further requirements depend on the particular engineering program chosen
Complete information regarding a specific program may be obtained from
(he Physics Department. Lor information on the Cooperative Prc-
Engineenng program with the University of Pittsburgh, see the catalog
section for Natural Science and the program outline for "B.S Natural
Science Pre- 1 Engineering."



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Bachelor of Arts-Physics

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section with the

following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 123

Natural Science: PHYS 131-141 and 132-142

Liberal Studies Electives: 4er. MATH 124. no courses with

PHYS prefix

Major:

Required Courses:

Pins 1 3 1 Physics I-C Lecture

PHYS 132 Physics Il-C Lecture

Pins 141 Physics I-C Lab

PHYS 142 Physics II-C Lab

PHYS 222 Mechanics I

PHYS 223 Mechanics II

PHYS 23 1 Electronics

PHYS 322 Electricity and Magnetism 1

PHYS 323 Electricity and Magnetism II

PHYS 331 Modern PIinmcs

PHYS 350 Intermediate Experimental Physics I

PHYS 351 Intermediate Experimental Physics II

PHYS 473 Quantum Mechanics I

Controlled Electives:

One additional PHYS majors course



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2cr
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3cr
4cr
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Other Requirements:

Additional Mathematics and Computer Science:

COSC 1 1 Problem Solving and Structured Programming

MATH 241 Differential Equations

MATH 342 Advanced Mathematics for Applications

Additional Natural Science Sequence

Additional Social or Natural Science Sequence (advanced )

Foreign Language Intermediate Le\el (2. 3)

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

( 1 ) Credits are counted in the Liberal Studies Natural Science requirement.

(2) Intermediate-level Foreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies
electi\cs

(3) 6cr of computer language may substitute for the foreign language re-
quirement: COSC 1 10 and 210 or higher-level computer science
courses (COSC 250 recommended), with department permission.



14-20
120



Bachelor of Science-Physics



50



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 123

Natural Science: PHYS 131-141 and 132-142

Liberal Studies Electives: 4cr. MATH 124. no courses with PHYS prefix



Major:

Required Courses:

PHYS 131 Physics I-C Lecture

Pins 132 Physics II-C Lecture

PHYS 141 Physics I-C Lab

PHYS 142 Physics II-C Lab

PHYS 222 Mechanics I

Pin'S 223 Mechanics II

Pins 231 Electronics

PHYS 322 Electricity and Magnetism 1

PHYS 323 Electricit) and Magnetism 11

PHYS J31 Modern Physics

PHYS 342 Thermal and Statistical Physics

PHYS 345 Optics

Pins 350 Intermediate Experimental Physics I



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PHYS 351 Intermediate Experimental Physics II
PHYS 473 Quantum Mechanics I
Controlled Electives:

One course from the following: PHYS 472 or 440
One additional PHYS majors course

Other Requirements:

COSC 1 10 Problem Soh ing and Structured Programming

\l\lll 241 Differential Equations

MATH 342 Advanced Mathematics for Applications

One course from the following:

COSC 250. MATH 171,363,421,423
Foreign Language Intermediate Level (2, 3)

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

( 1 ) Credits are counted in the Liberal Studies Natural Science requirement

(2) Intermediate-level Foreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies
electives.

(3) 6cr of computer language may substitute for the foreign language re-
quirement: COSC 1 10 and 210 or higher-level computer science
courses (COSC 250 recommended), with department permission.



Bachelor of Science-Applied Physics

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 50

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 123

Natural Science: CHEM 111-112 (replaced b> CULM 113-114

for Chemistry track i

Liberal Studies Electives: 4cr. MATH 124. no courses

with PHYS prefix

Major: 2S

Required Courses:



PHYS 131
PHI'S 132
PHYS 141
PHYS 142

phys :::

PHYS 231
PHYS 322
PHYS 331
PHYS 345

pins 352
PHYS 355



Physics I-C Lecture
Physics II-C Lecture
Physics I-C Lab
Physics ll-C Lab
Mechanics I
Electronics

Electricity and Magnetism I
Modern Physics
Optics

Applied Physics Laboratory
Computer Interfacing
Controlled Electives: According to Track
Solid State Electronics Track COSC 300, MATH 542,

Pins 323. 342. 553, 432, 475, 476
Computer Science Track COS< 500,310,410,450,

PHYS 342. 353. 432. 475. 476
Chemistry Track CHEM 231, 232, 323. 341. 342, 343,

MATH 342
Biology Track: BIOL 111. 120, CHEM 231, 523, 351
Iwo biologj electives from the following:
BIOL 250,263, 550, 401, 472
Geology Track CEOS 121, 122, 131, 132

Five Geoscience electives from the following:



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