Advanced Course in Physical Properties of Organic Materials

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Lecturer
Kikutani Takeshi  Shioya Masatoshi  Morikawa Junko 
Place
Tue5-6(S8-509)  
Credits
Lecture2  Exercise0  Experiment0
Code
25021
Syllabus updated
2014/9/18
Lecture notes updated
2014/9/18
Semester
Fall Semester

Outline of lecture

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2nd Semester (October) (2-0-0)
Prof. Toshimasa HASHIMOTO, Assoc. Prof. Toshiaki OUGIZAWA, Assoc. Prof.
Masatoshi SHIOYA, Prof. Norimasa OKUI, Prof. Takeshi KIKUTANI

1.Thermal Properties and Analysis of Organic Materials
2.Morphology Development and Morphology-Properties Relationship in Polymer Alloys
3.Composite Materials and Carbon Materials
4.Crystal Structure and Crystallization Behavior of Semi-Crystalline Polymers
5.Structure Development in Fiber and Polymer Processing

Purpose of lecture

Physical properties of organic materials are not determined only by their chemical structures. Various factors such as the morphology, structure of the crystalline and amorphous regions, processing history of the method used to form the product and environmental conditions have significant influences on the physical properties. This course discusses various factors influencing the physical properties of organic materials and fundamentals of the measurement and analysis of the physical properties.

Plan of lecture

1.Thermal Properties and Analysis of Organic Materials
2.Morphology Development and Morphology-Properties Relationship in Polymer Alloys
3.Composite Materials and Carbon Materials
4.Crystal Structure and Crystallization Behavior of Semi-Crystalline Polymers
5.Structure Development in Fiber and Polymer Processing

Textbook and reference

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Related and/or prerequisite courses

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Evaluation

Evaluation of all the lecturers will be averaged.

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