To extend the concepts and skills acquired in second year courses containing strong principles of physical, inorganic, and/or organic chemistry as their basis; To introduce the concepts of molecular-level, building-block logic supporting the concepts of “Bottom-up” and Supramolecular chemistry leading to a stronger understanding of the development of materials and their properties from a nanometer-scale perspective; To blend recent and current research activities from selected peer-reviewed literature articles exemplifying Nanochemistry and/or Nanomaterials Science with a focus on analysing their fundamental principles.
The physical chemistry of interfaces and its role in Nanochemistry; Molecular assembly as a tool-kit for materials design at the nanometer scale; and/or the principles of Supramolecular chemistry as a principle supporting the “Bottom-up” approach to Nano-scale systems. Application of these principles to recent and current topics associated with Nanochemistry, Nanomaterials science, and/or Bionanotechnology.
At least two Level 2 courses within the Chemistry Major.
|INTERNAL, CITY EAST
||2 hours x 13 weeks
||3 hours x 13 weeks
Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.
|INTERNAL, CITY EAST
|Topic presentation and discussion
|Project - essay
||1500 - 2000 words
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