- Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
- (530) 754-2254
- 2023 Kemper Hall
- Mass and charge at solid interfaces
- Size effects on oxygen and proton conduction in solids
- Solid oxide fuel cells, Nanoscale chemical/bio-sensors
EMS 260 Advanced Thermodynamics of Solids (4)
Lecture/discussion—4 hours. Prerequisite: course 160. Thermodynamic principles, formalism and their application to solid materials. Specific examples from ceramic and solid state systems. Use of thermodynamic approach in developing understanding of and constraints for processes in real systems.