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    PC333 – Solid State Physics

    Explores the nature of condensed matter and the geometrical arrangement of atoms in a crystal and how that arrangement affects the electronic structure of that material. Understanding of the different band structures of metals, semiconductors, and insulators, and how these govern the interactions of each material with photons and electrons and lead to the very different roles of these materials in the objects we create and use. Particular subjects are likely to include semiconductor devices, alloys, and the effect of dislocations and impurities on material properties.

    Prerequisite: Physics 251.


    TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
    Spring 2021 Block 8 Solid State Physics Stephanie DiCenzo TBA 25/25 05/31/2020