Course Title : Polymer Structure and Function

Code 10H613
Course Year Master Course
Term
Class day & Period Thu 2nd
Location A2-307
Credits
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor H. Ohkita

Course Description

In this class, optoelectronic functions of polymeric materials are discussed on the basis of photochemistry and photophysics. In particular, the importance of designing nanostructures of polymer assembly is highlighted by explaining examples of state-of-the-art applications, which include optical fibers, organic light-emitting diode, and organic solar cells.

Grading

Evaluated with the grade on the final test or the quality of report submitted after the final class.

Course Goals

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Introduction 1
Conductive Polymers 3
Photofunctional Polymers 3
Optoelectronic Polymers 4

Textbook

None: Some handouts will be dealt in the class of every lecture.

Textbook(supplemental)

None:

Prerequisite(s)

Students are expected to have knowledge of Physical Chemistry and Polymer Chemistry provided in chemisty course for undergraduate.

Independent Study Outside of Class

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