Hikmat S. Hilal
Nature of Work
Academic
Profession
Emeritus prof
Email Address
[email protected]
Office Phone
(+970) 9 2345113 Ext. 882385

Hikmat S. Hilal

Nature of Work
Academic
Profession
Emeritus prof
Email Address
[email protected]
Office Phone
(+970) 9 2345113 Ext. 882385
تركيب المواد - 1/10661212
Course Title
تركيب المواد
Course Number
1/10661212
Instructor Name
Hikmat S. Hilal
Contact Information
[email protected]
Semester(s) and academic year(s)
Summer Semester 2019
Compulsory / Elective
Compulsory
Course Description

The course aims to introduce the chemistry students to modern areas of technology where chemistry is intensively needed. The students are expected to see how contemporary chemists participate in Research & Development in new applications of advanced materials. The course is more suitable for students who have already studied earlier Materials Science course 23465

Course Objectives

The course is mainly concerned with modern applications of advanced new materials. It starts with introductory background to crystalline and non-crystalline solids, together with XRD and SEM characterizations. Organic and inorganic solids are included. Bulk crystals and thin film technology will be presented. Semi-conductivity phenomena and applications in renewable energy will be discussed. Capacitors, batteries, LCDs, conducting polymers, liquid ionics, fiber optics, and other state-of-the-art topics are included.

Intended learning Outcomes and Competences

Use his/her chemistry backgrounds in understanding contemporary advanced high-technology.  Both theory and applications will thus be heavily involved, with a focus on inorganic chemistry and new materials applications

Textbook and References

References:

  1. R. West, Solid State Chemistry, J. Wiley.
  2. Introduction to Materials Science
  3. L. Smart & E. Moore, Solid State Chemistry, an Introduction, Chapman and Hall.
  4. J.C. Anderson & K.D. Leaver, Materials Science, Nelson.
  5. Online journals
  6. Internet search.

 

Assessment Criteria
Activity Percent (%)
1st 20%
2nd 20%
Final 40%
Student activities, Home works, 10%