E SC 211 - Undergraduate Level Course - Classroom Presentations

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E SC 211: Materials, Safety, and Equipment Overview for Nanotechnology


 Unit

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Topics Covered 
Unit 1 - Safety and Environmental Concerns
Lecture 1: General Safety 
Awareness, Safety and
Environmental Concerns

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Template Laboratory General Safety Awareness,
and Wet Chemistry Safety
Lecture 2: Gas Safety,
Biological Safety,
and
Nanomaterial Safety

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Gas Safety, Biological Safety,
and Nanomaterial Safety

Lecture 3: Energy, Safety,
and Environmental Concerns

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Energy, Safety, and Environmental Concerns
Unit 2 - Processing/Manufacturing Infrastructure
Lecture 1: What is Infrastructure
and Why Do We Need It?

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What is Infrastructure and
Why Do We Need It?

Lecture 2: Facilities

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 Facilities
Lecture 3: Overview of Vacuum Based Systems

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What do we mean by a “Vacuum Based System”? Examples of Vacuum Based Processing and Characterization Systems

Lecture 4: More on Vacuum Systems, Part I

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Overview of Vacuum Systems,
Basics of Vacuum, Mass Flow
Controllers (MFC)
Lecture 5: More on Vacuum Systems, Part II

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Vacuum Based Systems: 
Vacuum Gauges, Residual Gas Analyzers, Vacuum Valves
Lecture 6: More on Vacuum Systems, Part III

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  Vacuum Pumps, Vacuum Leaks
Lecture 7: Overview of
Non-Vacuum Based Systems

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What do we mean by
“Non-Vacuum Based Systems”?
Some Examples of Non-Vacuum Based Processing
and Characterization Systems
Unit 3 - Materials Overview
Lecture 1: Atoms, Molecules,
and Materials
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Atoms, Molecules,
and Materials
Lecture 2: Ways of Classifying
Materials: Bonding Types
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Ways of Classifying Materials: Bonding Types
Lecture 3: Organic and
Inorganic Materials
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Organic and Inorganic Materials
Lecture 4: Phases PPT
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Phases

Lecture 5: Classifying
Materials by Structure

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Classifying Materials
by Structure
Lecture 6: Classifying Materials
by Chemical Properties
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Classifying Materials
by Chemical Properties
Lecture 7: Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties:

Electrical Properties, Part I
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Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties: 
Electrical Properties, Part I
Lecture 8: Classifying Materials
by
Physical Properties:
Electrical Properties,
Part II
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Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties: 
Electrical Properties, Part II
Lecture 9: Classifying Materials
by
Physical Properties:
Electrical Properties,
Part III
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Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties:
Electrical Properties, Part III
Lecture 10: Classifying Materials by Physical Properties: Mechanical Properties PPT
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Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties: 
Mechanical Properties
Lecture 11: Classifying Materials by Physical Properties:
Magnetic Properties
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Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties:  
Magnetic Properties
Lecture 12: Classifying Materials by Physical Properties:
Optical Properties
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Classifying Materials
by Physical Properties: 
Optical Properties
 Unit 4 - General Processing Concerns, Contamination and Damage 

Lecture 1: General Processing Concerns, Contamination
and Damage

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Defining Contamination,
Sources of Contamination
and Prevention, and Materials Preparation

 Unit 5 - Basic Characterization Tools

Lecture 1: Basic
Characterization Tools

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Optical Microscopy, Profilometry, Ellipsometry, Spectrophotometer,
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), and Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)

Lecture 2: Basic
Characterization Tools, Cont'd

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Optical Microscopy, Profilometry, Ellipsometry, Spectrophotometer,
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), and Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)