NNO 2550

Practical Applications of Nanotechnology Characterization

3 Credits

Prerequisite: CHE 1000 or CHE 1510 and MSE 1100; any three of the four applications classes: NNO-1100, NNO-1200, NNO-2200, or NNO-2300; and COM-1290 or COM-1600; or consent of instructor

This course provides students knowledge of instrumentation and hands-on experience used to characterize micro- and nanomaterials. Familiarity will be gained with the electron and light microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and spectroscopic methods. Students will perform specimen preparation, data collection and analysis, and complete written reports and oral presentations. Lectures and direct-lead independent projects are included and supervised by faculty. Course/lab fees