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MSE6202J – Structural, Physical and Chemical Characterization of Materials
Credits: 3 credits
Study of the basic structural, physical and chemical characterization techniques that are commonly used in materials science and engineering. X-ray diffraction, a wide range of spectroscopies, microscopies, and scanning probe methods will be covered. Lectures will be integrated with laboratory where the techniques will be demonstrated and/or used by the student to study a material. Techniques will be presented in terms of the underlying physics and chemistry.