THERMODYNAMCS-REACTN IN SOLIDS

Section

Professor

James Im

Survey Results

10 of 10 students responded

Instructor: Organization and Preparation4.2
Instructor: Classroom Delivery3.9
Instructor: Approachability4.1
Instructor: Overall Quality4
Course: Amount Learned4.1
Course: Appropriateness of Workload4.3
Course: Fairness of Grading Process3.9
Course: Quality of Text3.6
Course: Overall Quality4.2

Course Information

Prerequisites: The instructor's permission. Free energy of phases, the relationship between phase diagrams, metastability, and applications to problems in solids, including thin films. Thermodynamics of surfaces and interfaces, effect of particle size on phase equilibria, Gibbs adsorption of solute at interfaces, grain boundaries, surface energy. Nucleation and growth, spinodal decomposition of phases. Diffusion in metals, inter-metallic compounds and ionic crystals. Diffusion along interfaces. Reactions in solids, oxidation, thin film silicide formation

Department: Applied Physics and Applied Math(APAM)

Subject: Materials Science and Engineering(MSAE)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate

Course ID: 4202