GDOC-2014-2917

Caracterización I: Técnicas físico-químicas - [66114]


Curso: 2014-2015

Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza

Titulación: Máster Universitario en Materiales Nanoestructurados para Aplicaciones Nanotecnológicas

Idioma: Español

Profesor(es): Marquina Garcia, Clara Isabel ; Bartolomé Usieto, José Fernando ; Campo Ruiz, Jesus Javier ; Pardo Gracia, José Angel ; Mallada Viana, María Reyes ; De Teresa Nogueras, José María ; Rubín Llera, Javier ; Falvello , Lawrence Rocco ; Algarabel Lafuente, Pedro Antonio ; Martín Solans, Santiago ; Irusta Alderete, Silvia ; Lucas del Pozo, Irene

Resumen: LA ASIGNATURA SE IMPARTE EN INGLES Y LA GUIA DOCENTE SE PROPORCIONA SOLO EN ESE IDIOMA. THIS MODULE IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH. INFORMATION IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN THIS LANGUAGE. PLEASE, GO TO THE ENGLISH VERSION.

Abstract: In this subject, a wide range of physical chemical techniques are presented for the characterization of nanostructured materials. Generally speaking, the correct use of various complementary techniques allows one to acquire an advanced level of knowledge about the structure of the material, degree of order, parcelling, presence of aggregates, etc, as well as the optical, electrical and magnetic properties of the nanosystem under study. A brief description of the contents of this subject includes: Introduction to surface preparation and characterization. Photoelectron spectroscopies (XPS and UPS). Auger Spectroscopy (AES). SANS techniques, X-ray and neutron diffraction. Mössbauer. Techniques based on the use of sinchrotron radiation: XANES, EXAFS, and magnetic dichroism. Magnetic characterization of nanosystems (SQUID, VSM). Hall probes and micro-SQUIDS. Porosimetry (BET). Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM). Raman laser spectrometry. FTIR, ATR and PM-IRRAS spectrometries. Electrochemical techniques. The lectures are complemented by practical sessions including: 1.- Magnetization measurements by VSM 2.- XPS 3.- SQUID magnetometry 4.- Mössbauer 5.- X-ray diffraction and reflectivity 6.- Porosymetry 7.- QCM 8.- Raman and SERS 9.- IR demo 10.- Cyclic Voltammetry

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