2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

NANO 48314 Nanoscale Science I

A course dedicated to the interface of chemistry and physics at the nanometer scale. Topics will focus on the relationship between nanoscale structure and macroscopic properties, nanoscale instrumentation and characterization, creation of materials and devices, and the role and perception of nanotechnology in society. The course consists of four hours of lecture and hands-on studio activities per week. Prerequisites: MATH 17120, MATH 17121, CHEM 24114 and CHEM 24115, CHEM 24116 and CHEM 24117, PHYS 25120 and PHYS 25121, PHYS 25230 and PHYS 25231, CHEM 24342, and junior standing (F, even years)

Credits

4