Chapter 2: Lattices, Planes, Directions
How does a crystal lattice differ from a
crystal structure?
What are Bravais lattices?
What are Wigner Seitz cells?
What is the Reciprocal lattice?
What is the First Brillouin Zone?
What are Miller Indices?
What are
Scanning Probe Microscopy
Binnig & Rohrer
Nobel prize 1986
SPM Principles
All of the techniques are based
upon scanning a probe just above
a surface whilst monitoring some
interaction between the probe and
the surface.
The interaction that is monitored
in
MSE 219H1F STRUCTURE AND CHARACTERIZATION
OF MATERIALS
Problem Set #3
1) Determine the Pearson symbols for all attached crystal structures. Also determine the
motif and the number of atoms/ions per lattice point.
2) Tilly Textbook Problem 3.1
3) Tilly Tex
Chapter 3: 2-D Patterns and Tiling
What is a point group?
What is a plane group?
What is a periodic tiling?
1
Wall Paper Choice #1
Buerger
2
Wall Paper Choice #2
Buerger
3
Wall Paper Choice #3
Buerger
4
Wall Paper Choice #4
Buerger
5
Symmetry Element: Mir
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)
What can we do with SEM?
How do we get an image?
Electron beam-sample interactions
Signals that can be used to characterize the
microstructure/nanostructure
Secondary electrons
Backscattered electrons
X-rays
Componen
MSE 219H1F STRUCTURE AND CHARACTERIZATION
OF MATERIALS
Problem Set #4
1) Tilly Textbook Problem 3.7
2) Tilly Textbook Problem 4.1
3) Tilly Textbook Problem 4.5
4) Using sketches show the correspondence that exists between the rotoinversion and
rotoreflect
Chapter 5: Building Crystal Structures from
Lattices and Space Groups
Just one more symmetry element
What is a screw axis?
What is a crystallographic space group?
What is Neumanns Principle?
What is a Tensor?
1
Screw Motion
(Combination of Translation + R
Introduction to EDX
Energy Dispersive X-ray Microanalysis
(EDS, Energy dispersive Spectroscopy)
MSE-603 2009
EDX Marco Cantoni
1
Basics of EDX
a) Generation of X-rays
b) Detection
Si(Li) Detector, SDD Detector, EDS (<-> WDS)
c) Quantification
EDX in SEM,
MSE 219H1F STRUCTURE AND CHARACTERIZATION
OF MATERIALS
Problem Set #4
Space Group Symmetry
1. Tilley-Ques. 5.1
2. Tilley-Ques. 5.3
Tensor Transformations
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STUDENT #:_
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
DEPARTMENT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
MSE 219H1F: STRUCTURE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MATERIALS
Midterm Examination
October 21, 2015
Examiner: D.D. Perovic
Instructions: a) Closed book examina
CSC207
Fall 2016
Software Design
An introduction to software design and
development concepts, methods, and tools
using a statically-typed object-oriented
programming language such as Java. Topics
from: version control, unit testing, refactoring,
object-or
Diffraction
Analysis of crystal structure
x-rays, neutrons and electrons
2/2-10
MENA3100
The reciprocal lattice
g is a vector normal to a set of planes, with length equal to the
inverse spacing between them
g ha * kb * lc *
Reciprocal lattice vectors a*
MSE 219
Structure and Characterization
of Materials
Part I(1)
Doug D. Perovic
Materials Science and Engineering
WB 142
doug.perovic@utoronto.ca
To be Covered in MSE 219 Part I
1)
2-D Lattices
4
5
10
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2-D Crystal Systems
Plane lattices (2-D Bravais latti