NANO2320 - Synthesis and Application of Nanomaterials
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This course will present chemical aspects of nanoscience. The bottom-up approach to synthesis of nanomaterials will be systematically explored including classification of synthetic approaches, fundamentals of particle nucleation and growth, stabilization against aggregation, and control of particle size, morphology, structure, composition, and surface modification on the nanoscale. The fundamentals and properties of materials structured on the nanometer scale as building blocks of modern materials in a variety of applications such as quantum dots and nanoadhesion will be examined. A variety of different nanomaterials such as ferromagnetic nanoparticles will be synthesized and nanostructured materials with a variety of applications such as superhydrophobic surfaces will be prepared.
This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: CHEM1130.
||Sep 3 to Dec 13, 2019
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