NS 203 - Characterization of Nanotechnology Structures and Materials
Credit Hours: 3.0
This course will introduce students to the following topics: characterizing Nanotechnology materials with light or physical properties; photon-based spectroscopies; characterization based on electron beams; probe characterization techniques; and particle based spectroscopies.
At the completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- demonstrate an understanding of light based characterization and spectroscopies;
- demonstrate an understanding of electron based characterization and spectroscopies;
- apply industry-standard photon-based, electron-based, probe microscopy, chemical and mechanical characterization equipment to Nanotechnology materials; and
- effectively and safely work as a member of technical team in laboratory setting.
Prerequisites: NS 201
Corequisites: NS 202, NS 206