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STUDY PLANS
2021/2022

Solids

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Code Completion Credits Range
15TL ZK 2 1+0
Lecturer:
Tutor:
Supervisor:
Department of Nuclear Chemistry
Synopsis:

Chemical bonding in solids; crystal structures and their description; crystal symetry; origin of various kinds of X-radiation; photo- and nonphoto-detections of X-rays; Bragg?s law for the difraction; Debye-Scherrer methods; use of Hull-Davey?s nomograms; lattice parameters; methods for qualitative and quantitative determination of crystalline solids; rtg-methods used for determination of some physico-chemical properties; rotating-crystal method; principles for electron- and neutron- diffraction methods.

Requirements:

Fundamentals of physics and physical chemistry

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Various kinds of bonds in solids.

2.Lattices and unit cells.

3.Crystal systems and Miller Indices.

4.Origin of X-rays and their detection.

5.Bragg`s law.

6.Debye - Scherrer method.

7.Diffraction pattern assignments.

8.Determination of lattice parameters.

9.Qualitative and quantitative analysis.

10.Determination of some physico-chemical properties.

11.Rotating-crystal method.

12.Electron and neutron diffraction.

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:

To make students acquainted with basic principles of X-ray diffraction and its applications

Study materials:

Key reference:

G.M. Barrow: Physical chemistry, 5 th edition, New York and others, 1988

Recommended references:

Atkins P., de Paula J.: Physical Chemistry, seventh edition. Oxford University press, Oxford, New York 2002.

Note:
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