All SAF users must review the general approach to ACMAL training.
Affiliated courses are generally restricted to students at the graduate level.
The surface analysis course CHE 5665/MSE 5665 has the following objectives:
- Understand and measure physical and chemical processes on a surface
- Distinguish differences between surface science techniques and their respective capabilities
- Analyze and interpret example data from surface science lab measurements
- Recognize, review and critique surface science literature
- Design and propose a project and choose a surface science technique to solve a reasonable hypothesis
CH 5665 - Surface and Interface Science for Chemical and Materials Analysis
Coursework and hands-on laboratory experiences explore physical and chemical properties governing surface processes and the appropriate analysis techniques used to study interfaces and surface chemical reactions. Topics include principles of physical chemistry and materials science for understanding and applying modern surface analysis.
- Credits: 3.0
- Lec-Rec-Lab: (2-0-2)
- Semesters Offered: On Demand
- Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
All SAF users must review the general classification to ACMAL authorization, use rates, and session accountability.
Before reserving equipment, all users must familiarize themselves with lab procedure and policy.
|Surface Analysis Instrument||Google Calendar Name|
|Perkin Elmer PHI-660 Scanning Auger Microscope||ACMAL > ACMAL-Auger|
All SAF users must review ACMAL use rates and session accountability.
Follow the instructions below to make a reservation. Many of the instruments can be reserved using Google Calendar.