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Course Name
Turkish Met. Nano Part.Üret.&Karakterz
English Production and Characterization of Metallic Nanoparticles
Course Code
MET 432 Credit Lecture
Semester 8
3 - - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Sebahattin Gürmen
Burak Özkal
Course Objectives Implementation of the importance of nanoparticles for nanotechnological applications and nanostructured materials
Teaching of different nanoparticle production methods
Teaching of physical, chemical, magnetic and optical characteristics of materials at nanoscale
Teaching of different characterization techniques and approaches applied to nanoparticles and nanostructured
Providing new skills to the students for the implementation of contemporary technological applications and solution to related problem.
Course Description Introduction to Nanotechnology – 1 and 2, Description of the Nanoparticles, Inorganic Nanoparticles, Production Methods: Inert Gas Condensation Method, Ultrasonic Spay Pyrolysis and Hydrogen Reduction Method, Sol-Gel Method, Laser Method, The Technic of Arc Plasma, Chemical Vapour Condensation Method, Microwave Plasma Method, Precipitation from Solution, Mechanical Alloying, Characterization of Physical and Chemical Properties, Characterization of Optic and Photonic Properties, Characterization of Electronic and Magnetic Properties, Production and Characterization of Nanocomposites-polymers, Production and Characterization of Carbon Nanotubes, Industrial Applications.
Course Outcomes Upon completion of this course, a student should be able to:
Understand the needs for nanotechnology and nanomaterials
Link between basic materials science knowledge and nanostructured materials by understanding phenomena at the nanometer scale are likely to be a completely new world properties of. matter at the nanoscale may not be predictable from those observed at larger scales.
Discuss the fundamental structure of nanoparticles and the techniques employed to characterize them.
Identify the metallurgical processes that are adapted for production and synthesis of nanomaterials.
Demonstrate appropriate levels of self-motivation and capabilities to describe an engineering problem and offer a solution by construction and utilization of functional structures designed from atomic/molecular scale and with at least one characteristic dimension measured in nanometers.
Required Facilities
Textbook Di Ventra, M., Evoy, S., Heflin, R. J, 2004, Introduction to nanoscale science and technology: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston.
Gogotsi, Y., 2006, Nanomaterials Handbook, CRC Press.
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