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Course Code: 
MSN 202
Course Period: 
Spring
Course Type: 
Core
Theoric: 
3
Practice: 
0
Credits: 
3
ECTS: 
6
Course Language: 
English
Course Objectives: 
1. To make the importance and role of the materials science in the engineering applications understood. 2. To teach the properties, structure and production processes of materials and to make the students understand the strong relations between them. 3. To give an understanding on the material selection and design using material science knowledge.
Course Content: 

COURSE CONTENT

Week

                                                     Topics

Study Materials

1

Introduction to crystal structures, atomic bonding and electrical conduction concept

Textbook, lecture notes

2

The types of bonding and introduction to “Electron Band Theory”

Textbook, lecture notes

3

Conduction, semi-conduction and isolation behavior of materials depending on the electron band structure.

Textbook, lecture notes

4

Semiconductor materials and doping of the semiconductors. Electronic materials and micro device concept: p-n junction diode, metal-semiconductor junction (Schottky) diode and n-p-n / p-n-p transistors.

Textbook, lecture notes

5

Single crystal materials and semiconductor micro device production techniques

Textbook, lecture notes

6

 Dielectric materials and polarization mechanisms

Textbook, lecture notes

7

Piezoelectric crystals and piezzo electric effect: theory and calculations.

Textbook, lecture notes

8

Magnetization mechanism and interrelation between magnetization and the electron configuration.

Textbook, lecture notes

9

Transition metals and magnetic materials

Textbook, lecture notes

10

Thermodynamics, kinetics and thermal properties of materials,

Textbook, lecture notes

11

MIDTERM

Textbook, lecture notes

12

Thermal properties of materials: heat capacity, thermal expansion and thermal conduction calculations

Textbook, lecture notes

13

Interactions between materials and electron, photon, X-rays: optical emission, luminescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence, Raman shift and x-ray fluorescence processes.

Textbook, lecture notes

14

Optical properties of materials

Textbook, lecture notes

 
Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Homework, 3: Laboratory

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