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PHYS 552 - Optical Spectroscopy

Last offered Fall 2011

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Theoretical and experimental fundamentals of optical spectroscopy. Light-matter interaction (absorption of UV, visible, IR), emission spectroscopy (fluorescence, Raman and light scattering), theoretical backgrounds of molecular electronic and vibrational transitions, modern experimental techniques, and data analysis of the optical spectroscopy experiments. Laboratory exercises applying spectroscopy to a broad spectrum of disciplines, including biophysical examples. Course Information: Prerequisite: PHYS 427 and PHYS 487.
Optical SpectroscopyA52196LEC41100 - 1220 T R  144 Loomis Laboratory Robert M Clegg
Optical SpectroscopyL152197LAB01300 - 1550 R  5106 Engineering Sciences Building Kai Wen Teng
Optical SpectroscopyL252198LAB01700 - 1950 R  5106 Engineering Sciences Building John Paul Eichorst
Optical SpectroscopyL355242LAB01700 - 1950 F  5106 Engineering Sciences Building John Paul Eichorst