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MATE 514 Structure, Symmetry, and Properties of Materials 3.0 Credits

Structure–property relationships form a cornerstone for performance-engineering in nearly all materials. Condensed matter systems, including inorganic or organic materials, are defined by their internal structure—the distribution of atoms, defects, and large scale domains with preferred microstructures. This class aims to familiarize materials science students with the real space and k-space structural description of both ideal (defect free) and realistic (imperfect) crystalline materials and the properties derived from the underlying point and transitional symmetry.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MATE 503 [Min Grade: C]

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