Defects and Disorder in Materials
Materials Science and Engineering ENGR - School of Engineering
Overview of defects and disorder across crystalline, amorphous, and glassy phases that are central to function and application, spanning metals, ceramics, and soft/biological matter. Structure and properties of simple 0D/1D/2D defects in crystalline materials. Scaling laws, connectivity and frustration, and hierarchy/distributions of structure across length scales in more disordered materials. Key characterization techniques.Pre-reqs: MATSCI 211 (thermo), 212 (kinetics)
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