Electron Probe Microanalysis (GEOL 619)
All students interested in using the electron microprobe should take GEOL 619 either before or during their use of the instrument. This graduate level class provides a solid foundation for understanding the theoretical principles behind the operation of the instrument, and includes both lecture and laboratory exercises to enable students to be able to better design experiments and evaluate their data. Undergraduate students working on a senior thesis may take this course with permission of the instructor, faculty advisor or department chair. Because of the inherent multidisciplinary nature of the technique, students will learn useful and valuable information from physics, chemistry and statistics.
Normally offered Spring Quarter every year. Contact John Donovan for more information. 541-346-4632
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