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Materials Science and Engineering (edX)

Apr 14th 2021
Materials Science and Engineering (edX)
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Gain a fundamental understanding of materials, its structures on different levels (from crystal cell to macrostructure), phase transformations and how it influences its mechanical, electrical, optical and magnetic properties from common science perspective. This course will introduce you to the various properties and structures of materials and lay a [...]
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Material Behavior (Coursera)

Have you ever wondered why ceramics are hard and brittle while metals tend to be ductile? Why some materials conduct heat or electricity while others are insulators? Why adding just a small amount of carbon to iron results in an alloy that is so much stronger than the base [...]
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University Chemistry: Molecular Foundations and Global Frontiers Part 1 (edX)

Learn the fundamentals of chemistry and energy on a molecular and a global scale in this introductory chemistry course that engages scientific principles with the global context of advancing technology in energy, climate, and pathways to the future.
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Chemistry 1: Elements and Compounds and their properties

Jun 20th 2016
 Chemistry 1: Elements and Compounds and their properties
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Many students leave high school unprepared for the rigors of college chemistry. This course is the first in a series designed to give students an opportunity to review subjects from advanced high school chemistry at a pace conducive to their level, whether they are encountering the material for the [...]
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Atomic and Optical Physics I - Part 2: Atomic structure and atoms in external field (edX)

Oct 19th 2015
Atomic and Optical Physics I - Part 2: Atomic structure and atoms in external field (edX)
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Second part of a course in modern atomic and optical physics: the structure of atoms, and how they behave in static electromagnetic fields.
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