Course Offerings: Physical

CHEM 750/7500-02 - Ultrafast Spectroscopy

Semester: Fall 2020 Professor: G. Sciaini | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Waterloo
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CHEM 750/7500-03 - Nanotechniques

Semester: Fall 2020 Professor: K. T. Leung | Discipline: Physical |
Introduction to basic principles of the common tools used for materials research and nanosciences; hands-on training of sample preparation, use and operation as well as data analysis involving common nanotool instrument systems, including light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy and related techniques, X-ray diffraction, optical spectroscopy and/or electron spectroscopy, and atomic force microscopy. Week ...

CHEM 750/7500-01 - Electroanalysis at the Nanoscale

Semester: Winter 2021 Professor: A. Chen | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Guelph
This course will introduce fundamentals of electrode kinetics, reaction mechanisms and electrochemical methods. Electroanalytical techniques and their roles in modern analytical chemistry will be surveyed. The development of nanomaterial-based electrochemical sensor and biosensor in medical, pharmaceutical, environmental and food safety applications will be explored.      ...

CHEM 750/7500-02 - Electronic Structure and Properties of Materials: From Molecules to Bulk

Semester: Winter 2021 Professor: P. Radovanovic | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Waterloo
The objective of this course is to introduce students to the electronic structures of various technologically relevant materials. The electronic structures will be examined from both molecular and solid-state aspects. Optical, electrical, magnetic, and mechanical properties of functional materials will be discussed with respect to their electronic structures. The materials of interest will include metals, insulators, semiconductors, and conductive polymers. The course will also introduce ...

CHEM 7500-03/NANO 701-702 - Nanoscale Surfaces/Interfaces & Spectro-microscopy

Semester: Winter 2021 Professor: P. Radovanovic | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Waterloo
CHEM 7500/NANO 701 Surfaces and interfaces are integral part of all materials, and play a key role in many scientific and technological processes. Surfaces and interfaces are important in semiconductor industry, device fabrication, catalysis, medical diagnosis and treatment, and nanoscience and nanotechnology in general. Due to the reduced sizes of nanostructures, surfaces make up a very large portion of nanomaterials. The objective of this course is to introduce ...