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Applied Physics Laboratory III(1.5 credits)

Course Type:Specialized Courses
Class Format:Experiment
Course Name : Fundamental and Applied Physics
Starts 1 : 3 Spring Semester
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory
Lecturer : Faculty of Fundamental and Applied Physics  

•Course Purpose
This course introduces basic and essential experiments in applied physics, which are related to each research laboratory in the department. Students will acquire basic experimental techniques and analytical methods for applied physics.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Applied Physics Laboratory I

•Course Topics
Applied Physics Laboratory II and Applied Physics Laboratory III are offered subsequently over the course of one year. Following the orientation, students will be divided in groups of 3-7 students and conduct experiments at each laboratory. Assistant professors will offer tutorials for each experiment.
1. MOS integrated circuits
2. Michelson interferometry, Luminescence of semiconductor
3. X-ray diffraction
4. Reflection high energy electron diffraction
5. Metallurgical physics, Magnetic properties
6. Measurements of thermal expansion of solid materials: Effects of lattice vibration
and magnetic phase transition on thermal expansion
7. Electrons as particles and waves/ Diffraction and imaging of photons
8. Magnetic resonance, conductivity measurements

Textbooks for each experiment will be distributed at each research laboratory, and each experiment will be guided by an assistant professor. Students should bring their own experimental notebook, graph paper, and a scientific calculator to the laboratory.

•Additional Reading

•Grade Assessment
Grades will be based on the attendance on the experiments and all the reports for each experiment. Students must obtain a score of 60/100 or higher to pass the course. Delayed submission of reports will affect the applicable grades.


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