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X-Ray Diffraction (X-선 회절분석론)

This course is intended for the understanding of X-ray diffraction theory and its application to a wide range of materials analysis. In the diffraction theory, the electromagnetic properties of X-ray, geometry of crystals in real and reciprocal spaces, wave-matter interactions, and Bragg condition for diffraction are treated. As for the application areas, a variety of topics are investigated, including characterization of thin films, structural analysis of bulk crystalline materials, determination of phase-diagram, etc.
  • Properties of X-rays
  • Geometry of Crystals
  • Wave-Matter Interactions
  • Directions of X-ray Diffraction
  • Intensities of Diffracted Beams
  • Thin Film Analysis by X-ray Diffraction
  • Laue Method and Determination of Crystal Orientation
  • Powder Diffraction and Determination of Crystal Structure

* Text: Myeongkyu Lee, X-Ray Diffraction for Materials Research: From Fundamentals to Applications, Apple Academic Press/CRC Press

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Optical Properties of Materials (재료의 광학적 성질)

This course is intended to help undergraduate students of materials science and engineering understand the basic optics and optical properties of materials, in which the following topics are covered.
  • Fundamental electromagnetic theory
  • Maxwell's equations
  • Electromagnetic waves
  • Light propagation in dielectrics and conductors
  • Reflection, refraction, and transmission
  • Superposition of waves
  • Interference and diffraction
  • Light propagation in anisotropic media