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Experiments in Applied Physics 3(1.5 credits)

Course Type:Specialized Courses
Class Format:Experiment
Course Name : Applied Physics
Starts 1 : 3 the latter term
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory
Lecturer : Koji ASAKA Lecturer  Mitsuo SAKASITA Assistant Professor  TAKEUCHI Wakana Assistant Professor 
Naoyuki KATAYAMA Associate Professor  Hitoshi NAKAHARA Assistant Professor  Takafumi HATANO Assistant Professor 
Yasunori YOKOYAMA Assistant Professor  Takafumi ISHIDA Assistant Professor  Hisaaki TANAKA Assistant Professor 
Yuto NAKAMURA Assistant Professor  Takahiro URATA Assistant Professor 

•Course Purpose
Basic and essential experiments in physics and their data analysis are performed.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Experiments in Applied Physics 1

•Course Topics
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

An assistant professor guides an experiment at each laboratory. Textbooks for each experiment are distributed. Students should bring their own notebook, scientific calculator, and graph paper.

•Additional Reading
Reference books for each experiment are individually specified.

•Grade Assessment
Evaluated by all reports on each experiment. Record more than 60/100 is qualified. Delay of report submission is marked.


•Contacting Faculty
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