Chemistry of Materials

IIT Kanpur Course , Prof. S. Sundar Manoharan

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Overview

Introduction to Materials Chemistry - Preparative routes: Conventional - Precursor technique - Preparative routes: Un Conventional Soncochemistry technique,Combustion technique,Microwave technique,High Pressure -Hydrothermal Technique,Coventional Solid State Technique - Molecular Beam Epitaxy: Monolayers to Multilayers - Pulsed Laser Deposition: Oxide thin films - Pulsed Electron Deposition: From oxides to polymeric films and devices - Sputtering deposited thin films and applications - Crystal growth-Single crystals - Applications of X-ray diffraction - Applications of X-ray Photoelectron spectroscopy - Applications of X-ray Absorption spectroscopy - Applications of Thermal analysis techniques - Applications of Scanning Tunneling microscopy - Applications of Electron Microscopy - Case Study of ZnO - Magnetic materials - Magnetic Materials III & Related Phenomena - Shape Memory Materials - Spintronic Materials - Colossal Magentoresistive Oxides,Giant Magnetoresistive Materials,Tunelling Magnetoresistive Materials,Dilute Magnetic Semicondcutors - High Tc Superconductors - The New Carbon family - Fullerenes and Nanotubes,Graphene - Optoelectronic Materials OLEDS - Inorganic Phosphors - Phosphor Materials - Solar Cells - Interview with C N R Rao and Interview with E C Subba Rao - Perceptions & Projections

Lecture 1: Introduction to Materials Chemistry

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        Chemistry of Materials by Prof.S.Sundar Manoharan,Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.ac.in


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