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The information presented here is as of 4/8/2011. MATERIALS SCIENCE STUDIES
 

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The information presented here is as of 4/8/2011.
MATERIALS SCIENCE STUDIES
Advisory Committee: Professors: AALBERTS, S. BOLTON, KARABINOS, D. LYNCH*, L. PARK, STRAIT**. Associate Professors: S. GOH**. Assistant Professor:
LOPES.
Materials Science is an interdisciplinary field which combines microscopic physics and chemistry in order to understand and control the properties of materials such as plastics,
semiconductors, metals, liquid crystals, and biomaterials. Williams students with an interest in the properties of materials or in pursuing careers in materials science or a variety of
engineering disciplines would benefit from following the courses in this program.
Core Course in Materials Science:
CHEM 336 Materials Chemistry
Related Courses:
BIOL 101 The Cell
CHEM 016 Glass and Glassblowing
CHEM 156 Organic Chemistry: Introductory Level
and CHEM 251 Organic Chemistry: Intermediate Level
CHEM 255 Organic Chemistry: Intermediate Level ­Special Laboratory Section
CHEM 155 Current Topics in Chemistry
or CHEM 256 Foundations of Modern Chemical Science
CHEM 335 Inorganic/Organometallic Chemistry
CHEM 348 Polymer Chemistry

  

Source: Aalberts, Daniel P. - Department of Physics, Williams College

 

Collections: Physics