[CHEM 150] Nanochemistry


Chemistry plays a significant role in the emerging interdisciplinary fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The nanoscale refers to materials with dimensions on the scale of nanometers: a thousandth of a thousandth of a thousandth of a meter. Control of the material world at the scale of atoms and molecules can produce materials with fundamentally different properties and behavior and has been touted as the next technological revolution. Some questions we will consider include: What nanotechnology already exists? What makes nanomaterials special? How can they be prepared? What tools can be used to study such materials? Three class periods and one laboratory period per week.

Course Title

Nanochemistry

Course Code

CHEM 150

Units

1

Fulfills Requirements

4U

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: high school chemistry or physics.

Frequency

Offered spring semester.
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