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An undergraduate course offered by the Research School of Chemistry. This course is divided into two parts, the first is designed to develop an understanding of the structure and functionality of solid state materials.

Topics to be covered include solid state, sol-gel and thin film synthesis, crystal chemistry, crystallography, ceramic processing and the relation between structure and function. The second is designed to develop an understanding of the structure, synthesis and properties of soft materials i.


Also covered will be the various methods of polymer synthesis with an emphasis on how the synthetic methods used affect the resulting physical and chemical polymer properties, and the different methods of polymer characterisation and an examination of the associated physical properties they measure. The properties of some technologically important functional materials will be highlighted throughout this course.

Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:.