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Master´s program in Materials chemistry

  • Study Type

    Full time available

  • Subject Areas

    Chemistry

  • Start Date

    August

  • Course Duration

    2 years

  • Course Type

    MSc

Course content

The Master´s programme in Materials Chemistry will build on our strength in solid-state chemistry, which will be utilized in courses that introduce the students to versatile materials synthesis strategies. The design of nano-structured materials from novel combinations of molecular building blocks, templating molecules, nano-particles and various functional molecules is a running theme in several of the courses where a deep understanding of the structure-property relations at all length-scales is of pivotal importance. The first compulsory course given in the program is an introduction to materials chemistry and characterisation techniques. This introduction treats the synthesis and characterisation of inorganic based materials. A number of important characterisation methods will be introduced and used in the experimental part of the course. The following compulsory courses contain i) crystal structure determination by diffraction techniques, and ii) the relation between crystal structure symmetry and properties. This relation is a common theme throughout the programme. After these three compulsory courses you can freely chose between topics within the programme. The programme ends with a degree thesis project of 30, 45 or 60 ECTS-credits.

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