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MATS 641. Surfaces, Thin Films, and Vacuum Techniques

Credits: 3
Department: Physics & Astronomy
Description: Theoretical and experimental application of static and dynamic behavior of clean and adsorbate-covered solid surfaces, thin films, and interfaces related to surface structure, adsorbates, impurities, defects, and surface reactivity using ultra-high vacuum techniques for surface microstructural analysis.
Prerequisites: C or better (not C-) in MATS 411 or MATS 511, MATS 621, MATS 625 or concurrent registration
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

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