EMS162L_Syllabus_2010

EMS162L_Syllabus_2010 - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS...

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science EMS 162L: Structure and Characterization of Materials Laboratory COURSE OUTLINE - Winter 2010 Instructor : Professor Kim 2023 Kemper Hall Phone: (530) 754-2254 email: chmkim@ucdavis.edu Office hours: M 5:10pm-6pm, or by appointment Course webpage: smartsite Teaching Assistants : Meng Gu Tim Chen 116 Kemper Hall email: ctchen@ucdavis.edu x4-7304 Office hours: W 3-4 email: mgu@ucdavis.edu 1152 Kemper Hall Office hours: Fri 3:30-4:30pm Textbook : A.D. Krawitz, Introduction to Diffraction in Materials Science and Engineering , (same textbook as EMS 162) Other References: B.D. Cullity and S.R. Stock, Elements of X-Ray Diffraction (3 rd edition) Additional material from: C.J. McMahon, Jr. and C.D. Graham, Jr. Introduction to Engineering Materials: The Bicycle and the Walkman (out of print) Prerequisites : ENG 45 or equivalent, EMS 162 (concurrent enrollment recommended) S upplies : A USB flash drive or other storage device will be needed to store your images and your x-ray diffraction files. Grading : (1) Optical microscopy lab report 20% (2) Scanning electron microscopy long memo 15% (3) Stereographic projections exercise 15% (4) Powder x-ray diffraction lab report 20% (5) Powder x-ray diffraction memo 15% (6) Thin film diffraction long memo 15% Course Policies : 1. Prompt attendance for all laboratory sessions is mandatory. 2.
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