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Electronic, optical and magnetic properties of materials originate from their electronic and molecular structure and the process of this origination is described in this [course_title] appropriately for you. This [course_title] is needed for you to design particular applications like optical fibers, magnetic data storage, solar cells, transistors etc. With vivid real-life examples, applications and EOM property measurements, this [course_title] will help you learn Hamiltonian Mechanics, Phonons, Magnetic Domains, Maxwell’s-Equations etc.

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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Introduction and course overview 00:15:00
The Hamiltonian approach to classical mechanics Analysis of a simple oscillator 00:10:00
The Hamiltonian approach to classical mechanics Analysis of vibrations in one-dimensional lattice 00:10:00
The Hamiltonian analysis of lattice vibrations Phononic bandgap 00:10:00
Introduction to quantum mechanical way of thinking 00:10:00
Quantum mechanical systems and measurements Observables 00:15:00
Quantum mechanical systems and measurements Spectral decomposition 00:10:00
Quantum mechanical measurements Symmetries, conserved quantities, and the labeling of states 00:10:00
Symmetries, conserved quantities, and the labeling of states Angular momentum 00:10:00
The hydrogen atom 00:10:00
Waves in periodic potentials Part I 00:05:00
Waves in periodic potentials Part II 00:10:00
Band gap 00:15:00
Band diagrams 00:10:00
The free electron gas Density of states 00:10:00
Fermi-Dirac distribution 00:10:00
Carriers in intrinsic semiconductors 00:10:00
Engineering conductivity through doping 00:10:00
The P-N junction (the diode) 00:20:00
Light emitting diodes 00:10:00
Reminder introduction to wave optics 00:15:00
Electromagnetic waves@s 00:10:00
Layered materials and photonic band diagrams 00:10:00
Origins of magnetization 00:10:00
Hysteresis in ferromagnetic materials 00:10:00
Magnetic domains 00:10:00
Course summary and review for final exam 00:20:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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