Synthesis and Characterization of Nanomaterials II (NANO*2100)
Code and section: NANO*2100*01
Term: Winter 2022
Instructor: Xiaorong Qin
|Xiaorong Qin||MACN email@example.com|
|Monday, Wednesday, Friday||10:30 - 11:20||MACN 318|
- Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 2nd Edition by Taylor, Zifratos and Dubson, 2004
- Solid State Physics, by Ashcroft and Mermin, 1976
- Absorption and Scattering of Light by Small Particles, by Bohren and Huffman, 1983
|Assignments||15% (Late submission: -10% per day)|
|Mid-Term||20% (~ March 7)|
|Final Exam||30% (April 11, 8:30am)|
- Bravais lattice, Unit cell, Lattice with basis
- Reciprocal lattice, Brillouin zone
- Lattice planes, Miller indices
Determination Crystal Structures by Diffraction Methods
- Radiation fundamentals and x-ray generation
- Waves interaction with crystal lattices (Bragg and Laue formulations)
- Ewald's sphere and x-ray powder diffraction
Spectroscopic Methods in Atomic Structural Characterization and Other Applications
- Establish necessary concepts of quantum mechanics and energy band theory(for UV-vis; Fluoresence labs; STM/STS, SPM)
- Introduce concepts of electrodynamics for describing EM boundary conditions (for surface plasma enhanced UV-vis absorption)
- 1D Lattice, 2D Lattice (Graphene), Field-Effect Transistor
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