NANO 650. Experimental Techniques in Nanoscience I. 1.5 Hour.

Semester course; 1.5 lecture hours. 1.5 credits. The course will focus on a variety of instrumental methods and techniques commonly applied to the characterization of nanomaterials. Particular attention will be placed on the theory behind the measurements, instrument safety, sample preparation and data analysis/interpretation. Topics will focus on X-ray, optical and electron characterization techniques. Suggested background: CHEM 409 or PHYS 450.

Chemistry, Master of Science (M.S.)

http://bulletin.vcu.edu/graduate/college-humanities-sciences/chemistry/chemistry-ms/

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

Chemistry, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

http://bulletin.vcu.edu/graduate/college-humanities-sciences/chemistry/chemistry-phd/

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

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

http://bulletin.vcu.edu/graduate/college-humanities-sciences/physics/physics-applied-physics-ms/

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