PTYS 526

Nanoscale Analysis of Materials Using Transmission Electron Microscopy

This course discusses the theory and practice of transmission electron microscopy as applied crystalline solids. Among the topics to be covered include electron scattering and diffraction, image formation, energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy and electron energy-loss spectroscopy. Weekly lectures will be accompanied by several laboratory practical sessions. Emphasis will be placed on quantitative analysis of material structure and composition as well as the identification of unknown materials. Equivalent to: MSE 526; PTYS is home department.

Course Level: PTYS Graduate Elective
Course Credits: 3
Course Type: Graduate

Semester Section Instructor(s) Day/Time Location Resources
2020 Spring 001 Tom Zega
2018 Fall 001 Tom Zega TTH 11:00-12:15p.m. Kuiper 312 Syllabus
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