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View Resource Electrical Conduction Activity

This resource provides an introductory activity on electrical conduction. As the module states, "electrical conduction, the movement of electrical charges, is a mechanism for passing energy and signals from one place to another." The activity covers concepts such as insulators, conductors, semiconductors, superconductors, and ballistic conduction at nanoscale. This module allows students to test...

View Resource Electrical Conduction Assessment

This brief assessment on Electrical Conduction is intended to be used after students have completed the introductory activity on the topic. The assessment consists of 8 multiple choice and short answer questions. Although a preview of the activity is available, instructors and students are encouraged to sign up with the Electron Technologies site before starting to use these materials.

View Resource Basic Electricity/Electronics Syllabus

This pdf contains a syllabus for a course on basic electricity and electronics as part of the Aerospace Technology Program. Topics include safety, instruments, sources and characteristics of electricity, electric connections, circuits, batteries, conductors and insulators, and electrical current.

View Resource Materials Modification in Nanotechnology: Oxidation

This PowerPoint created and presented by the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK) Center introduces students to oxidation. It goes over the various types of oxide ? native, gate, field, etc. It discusses dry vs. wet oxidation, high pressure oxidation, chemical vapor deposition and has a section on modifying dielectric constant. This is a great resource for any classroom l...

View Resource Electronic Materials

This is full course in Electronic Materials offered by Prof. Dr. Helmut Föll of the University of Kiel in Germany. The course cover in detail the following topics: conductors, dialectrics, magnetics, semiconductor devices, and semiconductor manufacturing process. This resource should be use used by people involved in electrical engineering and semiconductor manufacturing courses.

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