Applied Science and Technology 210 - Electrical Engineering

Course Description

Applied Science & Technology 210 / Electrical Engineering 213: Soft X-Rays and Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation.

Applied Science and Technology 210 - Electrical Engineering
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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1 Lecture 1: Introduction, part A (1:19:10) Play Video
2 Lecture 2: Introduction, Part B (1:21:09) Play Video
3 Lecture 3: X-ray Interaction with Matter (1:20:11) Play Video
4 Lecture 4: Radiation by an Accelerated Charge (1:19:32) Play Video
5 Lecture 5: X-ray Scattering by a Multi-Electron Atom (1:22:09) Play Video
6 Lecture 6: X-ray Refractive Index; Reflection and Refraction (1:15:53) Play Video
7 Lecture 7: Brewster’s Angle; Multilayer Mirrors (1:18:55) Play Video
8 Lecture 8: Multilayer Applications (1:24:58) Play Video
9 Lecture 9: Synchrotron Radiation (1:24:07) Play Video
10 Lecture 10: Bending Magnet Radiation (N/A) Play Video
11 Lecture 11: Undulator Radiation (1:20:45) Play Video
12 Lecture 12: Undulator Brightness and... (1:26:58) Play Video
13 Lecture 13: Plasma Physics (1:23:30) Play Video
14 Lecture 14: Plasma Physics (continued) (1:20:02) Play Video
15 Lecture 15: Plasma Waves (1:20:15) Play Video
16 Lecture 16: Blackbody Radiation (1:22:56) Play Video
17 Lecture 17: High Harmonic Generation (1:23:52) Play Video
18 Lecture 18: Lasers (1:20:17) Play Video
19 Lecture 19: EUV and Soft X-ray Lasers (1:23:55) Play Video
20 Lecture 20: Laser Wavelength Scaling (51:54) Play Video
21 Lecture 21: Coherence, Spatial and Temporal (1:20:14) Play Video
22 Lecture 22: Coherent Undulator Radiation (46:20) Play Video
23 Lecture 23: Van Cittert-Zernike Theorem (1:22:44) Play Video
24 Lecture 24: Coherence. Zone Plate Introduction (1:22:43) Play Video
25 Lecture 25: Zone Plate Imaging and Microscopy (1:18:38) Play Video
27 Lecture 27: Applications of Zone Plate Microscopy (1:11:16) Play Video
28 Lecture 26: Spatial Resolution and Depth of Field (1:20:44) Play Video
28 Lecture 28: EUV Lithography (1:05:13) Play Video

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