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EE 80603 - Section 01: Transmission Electron Micro (CRN 19376)
Long Title: Transmission Electron Microscopy

Course Description:
Course is an introduction to the fundamental basis and operations of transmission electron microscope and is required for all students who plan using the TEM in their research.Goals: The course goal is for the students to become competent, research-level experts in transmission electron microscopy. They will understand the functions of the TEM and how it works. They will be competent in basic operating techniques, and ready to learn more advanced ones as needed There will be a lectures (2 per week) and laboratory demonstration (3 hours/week).Topics will include: Electro-optics of the TEM - Image formation and imaging modes - Diffraction theory and Diffraction patterns- Dark and bright field imaging- Image interpretation- High resolution microscopy and Lattice imaging- Sample preparation

Associated Term: Fall Semester 2012
Campus: Main
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course may not be repeated




Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Employee Non-Degree (EM) ,  Graduate Non-Degree (GD) ,  Graduate (GR)
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
Main (M)

Course Attributes:
ZTST - Final exam

Registration Availability (Overflow: Off )
  Maximum Actual Remaining
TOTAL 10 3 7



Crosslist Information
Class Information Maximum Actual Remaining
CBE  80603 01, CRN 19371   10 9 1
EE  80603 01, CRN 19376  (Primary) 10 3 7
Total 20 12 8
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Instructor's Description of Course » Mukasyan, Alexander » EE  80603 - Section 01:  Transmission Electron Micro (CRN 19376)
This section presents the instructor's preliminary design of the course. It is intended to help students gain a general sense of what the course will be like.
Course Objectives
Course is an introduction to the fundamental basis and operations of transmission electron microscope and is required for all students who plan using the TEM in their research.
The course goal is for the students to become competent, research-level experts in transmission electron microscopy. They will understand the functions of the TEM and how it works.
They will be competent in basic operating techniques, and ready to learn more advanced ones as needed
o Topics will include: o Electro-optics of the TEM o Image formation and imaging modes o Diffraction theory and Diffraction patterns o Dark and bright field imaging
Other topics: o Image interpretation o High resolution microscopy and Lattice imaging o Sample preparation
Additional Instructor Comments
Course is required for all students who plan using the TEM in their research.
Use of Class Time Extent (0-3 scale)
Lecture: present material not in the readings
Instructor demonstrations
Lab work
Lecture: review/elaboration of reading material
There will be a lectures (2 per week) and laboratory demonstration (3 hours/week).
Movies, audio tapes, web clips, etc.
Kinds of Assignments or Learning Activities Emphasis (0-3 scale)
Class attendance
In-class participation
Reading
Experiential learning, field trips, or site visits
Problem sets/exercises
Quizzes
Types of Reading Materials Extent (0-3 scale)
Textbook
Handbook (grammar, research, etc.) or manual (lab, etc.)
Journal/research articles
Lecture notes or supplements
Role of teaching assistants (TAs)
Facilitate/supervise lab sessions or studio work
Enrollment History » EE 80603 Transmission Electron Micro (CRN 19376)
Enrollment over the last three years
Course was recently taught in FA09
Average number of students: 9
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