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Module Exam

M-CORE 11 Written Module Exam Dispersion, Microscopy and Spectroscopy (2021W)

10.00 ECTS, SPL 26 - Physik
ON-SITE

Registration/Deregistration

Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

Examiners

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Examination topics

The examination will focus on assessing your understanding of the physical principles and phenomena behind both microscopy and spectroscopy. Instead of derivations of complex formulas, more important is to understand and explain what is being described, how radiation of different kinds interacts with solid-state or molecular systems, and how this understanding can be used for studying the properties of materials.

Assessment and permitted materials

According to the latest COVID-19 information, this module examination will be conducted as an on-site written examination. No course materials or textbooks will be allowed in the exam, but you may need a calculator and a ruler, and you are allowed to bring one sheet of single-sided paper with your notes.

The examination will focus on assessing your understanding of the physical principles and phenomena behind both microscopy and spectroscopy. Instead of derivations of complex formulas, more important is to understand and explain what is being described, how radiation of different kinds interacts with solid-state or molecular systems, and how this understanding can be used for studying the properties of materials.

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Standard grading scale (maximum points are 80):

from 70: grade 1
from 60: grade 2
from 50: grade 3
from 40: grade 4
less than 40: grade 5

Last modified: Th 26.05.2022 17:31