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Lecture 19: Uses of Photon and Ion Nuclear Interactions—Characterization Techniques

Description: The uses of photons and ions to probe and understand matter are shown as practical examples of what we’ve learned in the past couple of weeks: electron microscopy, positron annihilation spectroscopy, elemental identification, and surface analysis via Auger electron spectroscopy. Prof. Short illustrates some techniques with examples from his PhD and undergraduate research projects.

Instructor: Michael Short

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