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Materials Science Bachelor Information
1. Semester
Basis Courses Part 1
First Year Examinations
401-0261-GULAnalysis IO8 credits5V + 3UA. Steiger
AbstractDifferential and integral calculus for functions of one and several variables; vector analysis; ordinary differential equations of first and of higher order, systems of ordinary differential equations; power series. The mathematical methods are applied in a large number of examples from mechanics, physics and other areas which are basic to engineering.
ObjectiveIntroduction to the mathematical foundations of engineering sciences, as far as concerning differential and integral calculus.
LiteratureU. Stammbach: Analysis I/II
Prerequisites / NoticeDie Übungsaufgaben (inkl. Multiple Choice) sind ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Lehrveranstaltung. Es wird erwartet, dass Sie mindestens 75% der wöchentlichen Serien bearbeiten und zur Korrektur einreichen.
401-0151-00LLinear Algebra Information O5 credits3V + 2UV. C. Gradinaru
AbstractContents: Linear systems - the Gaussian algorithm, matrices - LU decomposition, determinants, vector spaces, least squares - QR decomposition, linear maps, eigenvalue problem, normal forms - singular value decomposition; numerical aspects; introduction to MATLAB.
ObjectiveEinführung in die Lineare Algebra für Ingenieure unter Berücksichtigung numerischer Aspekte
Lecture notesK. Nipp / D. Stoffer, Lineare Algebra, vdf Hochschulverlag, 5. Auflage 2002
LiteratureK. Nipp / D. Stoffer, Lineare Algebra, vdf Hochschulverlag, 5. Auflage 2002
529-3001-02LChemistry IO4 credits2V + 2UC. Padeste, P. J. Walde, W. R. Caseri
AbstractGeneral Chemistry I: Stoichiometry, atoms, molecules, chemical bond and molecular structure, gases, solutions, chemical equilibrium, solubility, acids and bases, electrochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics.
ObjectiveIntroduction to general and inorganic chemistry.
Content1) Atoms, molecules, periodic table of the elements
2) Stoichiometry: Mole, chemical equations, elemental analyses
3) Reactions in water, stoichiometry in solutions
4) Thermochemistry: Energy and enthalpy, thermochemical equations, Hess theorem
5) Gases: Gas laws, reactions and stoichiometry in the gas phase, kinetic theory
6) Atomic structure and binding models: ionic, covalent and metallic bonds, Lewis- and resonance formula, electronegativity and polarity, VSEPR model
7) Liquids and solids, phase transitions
8) Solutions; dissolution processes, colligative properties
9) Kinetics: reaction rates, temperature dependence, reaction orders and reaction laws, collision theory, catalysis
10) Chemical equilibria: Equilibrium constants, activity and concentration, Le Chatelier's principle.
11) Acid-base equilibria: acid/base-concepts, pH calculations, buffer systems, titrations
12) Equilibria of dissolution and precipitation reactions
13) Thermodynamics: The three laws of thermodynamics, free enthalpy and equilibrium
14) Complexes: equilibria, structure and isomerism
15) Redox reactions and electrochemistry: Faraday's laws, electrode potential, Nernst equation
Lecture notesFolienskript wird jeweils vor den Vorlesungsstunden als PDF versandt.
LiteraturePeter W. Atkins, Loretta Jones. Chemie - einfach alles, 2. Auflage, Wiley-VCH (2006) Weinheim, ISBN 978-3-527-31579-6
Charles E. Mortimer, Ulrich Müller, Johannes Beck. Chemie; Das Basiswissen der Chemie. 12., Auflage; Thieme (2015); ISBN 978-3-13-484312-5.
327-0103-00LIntroduction to Materials ScienceO3 credits3GM. Niederberger, L. Heyderman, N. Spencer, P. Uggowitzer
AbstractFundamental knowledge and understanding of the atomistic and macroscopic concepts of material science.
ObjectiveBasic concepts in materials science.
Atomic structure
Atomic bonds
Crystalline structure, perfection - imperfection
Thermodynamics and phase diagrams
Mechanical properties
Electric, magnetic and optical properties of materials
Materials ageing and failure
LiteratureJames F. Shackelford
Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers
5th Ed., Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000
327-0104-00LCrystallographyO3 credits2V + 1UT. Lottermoser
AbstractIntroduction into the fundamental relationships between chemical composition, crystal structure, symmetry and physical properties of solids.
ObjectiveIntroduction into the fundamental relationships between chemical composition, crystal structure, symmetry and physical properties of solids. Emphasis: group-theoretical introduction into symmetry, discussion of the factors governing the formation of crystal structures, structural dependence of physical properties, fundamentals of experimental techniques probing the crystal structure.
ContentSymmetry and order: lattices, point groups, space groups.

Crystal chemistry: geometrical, physical and chemical factors governing the formation of crystal structures; close sphere packings; typical basic crystal structures; lattice energy; magnetic crystals; quasicrystals.

Structure/property relationships: Example quartz (piezoelectricity); perowskite and derivative structures (ferroelectrics and high-temperature superconductors); magnetic materials.

Materials characterization: diffraction techniques, optical techniques.
Lecture notesA script of the lecture until 2014 is available. Script notes for the present lecture will be provided before the start of the lecture.
LiteratureWalter Borchardt-Ott: Kristallographie. Springer 2002.
Dieter Schwarzenbach: Kristallographie. Springer 2001.
Prerequisites / NoticeOrganisation: Two hours of lectures per week accompanied by one hour of exercises.
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