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Lecture Date Topic Assignments 1 5-Jan Chapter 1: Introduction to Nano Essay 1/Problem Set 1 due on Jan 12 2 7-Jan Chapter 2: Miniaturization Read chapter 3 (p. 53 - 83) and "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom" • Scaling laws Pass out Final Project Pick groups for final project by Jan 14. 3 12-Jan Chapter 3: Nanoscale Physics Essay 2/Problem Set 2 due at 2pm on Jan 16. Read chapter 4 (p. 85 - 126). • Quantum mechanics basics • Atomic orbitals • Electromagnetic waves 4 14-Jan Chapter 4: Nanomaterials Pick final project: proposal due Jan 28. Review chapters 1 - 3 for exam 1. • Wave-Particle Duality • Uncertainty Pick/Assign groups for the final - 19-Jan no class, Martin Luther King, Jr Day 5 21-Jan Exam 1: chapters 1-3 Problem Set 3 due on Jan 28. 6 26-Jan Chapter 4: Nanomaterials Read Chapter 8 (pp. 257 - 284). • Bonding • Van der Waals • Structures and applications Finalize project groups 7 28-Jan Chapter 4 conclusion and Chapter 8
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2009 for the course ME 141A taught by Professor Pennathur during the Winter '09 term at UCSB.

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