NANO 570. Nanoscale Physics. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. This course builds a fundamental understanding of the unique properties of materials with nanoscale dimensions and emphasizes the physics and thermodynamics underlying several phenomena encountered in nanotechnology. The course starts from a general description of size effects and then moves to describe the fundamental aspects of nanocluster physics such as magic numbers, and concludes with a description of the theory and fabrication of nanoscale devices. Suggested background: PHYS 380.

Chemistry, Master of Science (M.S.)

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...Theory and Practice NANO 570 Nanoscale Physics NANO 571 Nanoscale Chemistry NANO 650 Experimental Techniques...

Chemistry, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...Theory and Practice NANO 570 Nanoscale Physics NANO 571 Nanoscale Chemistry NANO 650 Experimental Techniques...

Physics and Applied Physics, Master of Science (M.S.)

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...following: 9 NANO 570 Nanoscale Physics NANO 650 Experimental Techniques in Nanoscience I NANO 651...