ECE203: Nanocharacterization of Materials

Covers the many characterization techniques used to characterize materials from volumes less than one cubic micrometer, including the basic physics of each method, the methodology used to get quantitative results, and the advantages and limitations of each technique. Enrollment restricted to graduate students, or to undergraduates majoring in engineering or science by permission of instructor.

5 Credits

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Formerly EE 0213

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