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Materials Science refers to the design and discovery of new materials, particularly solids. The problems that humans are facing nowadays due to the limits of the materials can be helped to solve by Materials Science in the future of technology significantly. This [course_title] will help you understand the fundamental elements thermodynamic functions and laws governing equilibrium-properties, the role of electronic bonding, quantum mechanical descriptions of interacting electrons and atoms etc.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

STRUCTURE AND BONDING
Classical or Quantum Electrons as Waves, Wave Mechanics 00:45:00
Schrödinger’s Equation and Discrete Energy States of a Confined Electron 00:15:00
Free Electrons, Electrons in a Metal, and the Scanning Tunneling Microscope 00:15:00
Curiosity Killed the Cat General Principles of Quantum Mechanics 00:25:00
The Hydrogen Atom 00:35:00
The Hydrogen Atom (cont.) 00:35:00
Alphabet Soup The Periodic Table 00:20:00
The Periodic Table (cont.) 00:20:00
The Variational Principle; Application to Hydrogen Atom 00:20:00
Molecules from Atoms Energy Minimization, Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals 00:25:00
Bonding in Molecules Hartree and Hartree-Fock Equations, Symmetries, Bond Order 00:25:00
Polymers Part 1 Diagonalization on a Basis, Huckel Model 00:20:00
Quantum Oscillation 00:25:00
Point Groups and Bravais Lattices 00:25:00
Symmetry Operations 00:20:00
Structure of Solids 00:25:00
X-ray Diffraction 00:25:00
X-rays at Work Laue Condition, Ewald Construction, Bragg’s Law, Powder Diffraction 00:25:00
From Diffraction to Structure 00:30:00
Symmetries and Tensors 00:20:00
Non-crystalline Materials 00:30:00
Polymers Part 2 00:20:00
Glasses 00:25:00
Liquid Crystals 00:25:00
THERMODYNAMICS
Fundamental Concepts 00:15:00
Fundamental Concepts (cont.) 00:15:00
First Law of Thermodynamics 00:15:00
Temperature, Heat, and Entropy 00:15:00
Heat Storage and Release in Phase Transitions 00:15:00
Examples of Work Important in Materials Science and Engineering Polarization, Magnetic, Chemical 00:10:00
Thermal Properties of Materials; Fundamental Equations 00:15:00
Fundamental Equations (cont.); Equilibrium and the Second Law 00:15:00
Free Energy; Applying the Second Law in Laboratory Conditions 00:15:00
Chemical Potentials and the Gibbs Free Energy 00:10:00
Models of the Chemical Potential 00:10:00
Chemical Reaction Equilibria 00:15:00
Electrochemical Equilibria 00:15:00
Batteries; Thermodynamic Stability 00:10:00
Phase Changes and Phase Diagrams of Single-Component Materials 00:15:00
Single-Component Phase Diagrams (cont.); Thermodynamics of Solutions 00:15:00
Free Energy of Multi-phase Solutions at Equilibrium 00:15:00
Binary Phase Diagrams Miscibility Gaps and Eutectics 00:15:00
Binary Phase Diagrams (cont.) 00:20:00
Spinodals and Binodals; Continuous Phase Transitions; Introduction to Statistical Mechanics 00:15:00
Connecting Events at the Atomic Molecular Level to Macroscopic Thermodynamic Behavior Two Postulates of Statistical Mechanics; Microscopic Definition of Entropy 00:15:00
Connecting Events at the Atomic Molecular Level to Macroscopic Thermodynamic Behavior (cont.) The Boltzman Factor and Partition Function; Thermal Behavior of the Einstein Solid 00:20:00
Lattice Models of Materials; Modeling Polymer Solutions 00:20:00
Flory-Huggins Theory 00:15:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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