Advanced Methods of Chemical Physics II - AP402013
Title: Advanced Methods of Chemical Physics II
Guaranteed by: Department of Analytical Chemistry (402)
Faculty: Faculty of Chemical Engineering
Actual: from 2019
Semester: winter
Points: winter s.:0
E-Credits: winter s.:0
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/1, other [HT]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
State of the course: taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course is intended for doctoral students only
can be fulfilled in the future
Guarantor: Fárník Michal doc. Mgr. Ph.D., DSc.
Votava Ondřej Mgr. Ph.D.
Urban Štěpán prof. RNDr. CSc.
Interchangeability : P402013
Examination dates   
Annotation -
This is a continuation of the course which teaches the basic principles of molecular and chemical physics which are essential for building and understanding experiments in molecular, physical and analytical chemistry. This two- term course is divided into 4 topics: 1) molecular beam; 2) mass spectrometry, 3) lasers and optical methods; 4)surface scanning techniques. In the first part, underlying physical principles of these methods will be introduced, and in this second part, examples of modern experiments based on the above techniques will be reviewed. Particular examples represent crossed beam experiments, photodissociation experiments, velocity map imaging techniques, laser cooling and BEC experiments. time resolved pump-probe experiments, multiphoton methods, advanced surface analysis techniques etc.
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Aim of the course -

The knowledge and skills gained by the student:

Basic principles of molecular physics and chemical physics essential for building experiments in molecular, physical and analytical chemistry and understanding their basic instrumentation; e.g., molecular beams, lasers, mass spectrometry tunneling scanning electron microscopy and atom force microscopy, interference resonators etc. Corresponding theory of these experimental approaches will be introduced.

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Literature -

R:Demtröder, W., Molecular Physics, Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (December 2, 2005), ISBN-10: 3527405666 R: Townes Ch., Schawlow A.L., Microwave spectroscopy, Dover Publications, 2nd edition (July 17, 2012), ISBN-10: 048661798X

R: Demtröder, W., Laser spectroscopy - experimental techniques, Springer; 4th edition (September 17, 2008), ISBN-10: 3540749527

A: G. Scoles, Atomic and Molecular Beam Methods: Volume 1, Oxford University Press, USA (November 24, 1988), ISBN-10: 0195042808

A: G. Scoles, Atomic and Molecular Beam Methods, Volume 2, vol. 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992. A: H. Pauly, Atom Molecule and Cluster Beams I. Basic Theory, Production, and Detection of Thermal Energy Beams. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Barcelona, Hong Kong, London, Milan, Paris, Singapore, Tokyo:

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Learning resources -

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Syllabus -

1. Introduction, history and overview of the corresponding techniques and basic principles

2. Review of the basic theory of molecular beam techniques: thermodynamics of expansions, condensation in expansion

3. Photodissociation experiments and ion imaging techniques

4. Crossed beam experiments, molecular collisions, scattering, elementary chemical processes

5. Reaction dynamics

6. Molecular beam cooling, low temperature physics and quantum phenomena

7. Clusters nanoparticles in molecular beams

8. Spectroscopy application of molecular beams: concept and instrumentation 5.Resonance processes REMPI, special IR-UV experiments

9. Time-resolved spectroscopy, generation of short laser pulses, pump-probe experiments

10. STM, AFM and SOM methods

11. Special methods of scanning microscopy: surface modification, surface chemistry

12. Overview of molecular physics methods

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Entry requirements -

Advanced Methods of Chemical Physics I

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