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2020/2021

Modern Experimental Methods

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11MEM1 Z 5 5 Czech
Lecturer:
Jan Drahokoupil
Tutor:
Jan Drahokoupil
Supervisor:
Department of Solid State Engineering
Synopsis:

In the course the students become acquaint with current modern experimental methods in solid phase physics and material research. The collected practical pieces of knowledge are presented at the final seminar.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction to modern experimental methods in solid state physics.

2. Instrumental technique, principles of experimental methods, measured data processing.

3. Crystals growth, samples preparation.

4. Semiconductors, measuring their properties, application area.

5. Research methods of metal materials.

6. Ceramics and composite materials.

7. Experimental methods of polymer properties.

8. Research of dielectric properties.

9. Determination of structure parameters of modern materials.

10. Research of electric and magnetic properties.

11. Research of optical properties.

12. Neutron scattering in solid state physics.

13. Oral resentation.

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:

Knowledge:

Practical knowledge of contemporary methods of experimental studies in the field of solid state physics.

Skills:

Practical implementation of basic methods of solid state physics and material research.

Study materials:

Key references: G.Schatz, aA. Weidinger.? Nuclear Condensed Matter Physics, J. Wiley, 1996, Recommended references: 2. Aaron. D. Krawitz: Diffraction in Materials Sciences and Engineering, John Wiley &sons, Inc. New York, 2001. Media and web.

Note:
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