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Physical Methods in Chemistry and Nano Science

Collection by: Andrew R. Barron. E-mail the author

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Summary: Chem 475 at Rice University is a survey course of research techniques used in modern chemistry and nanomaterials science.

Institution: Rice University

Collection Number: CHEM 475

This collection contains: Modules by: Aditya Agrawal, Alejandra Garcia Piantanida, Alvin Orbaek, Amanda M. Goodman, Amir Aliyan, Andrea Miranda, Andreas Luttge, Andrew Metzger, Andrew R. Barron, Ariana Bratt, Avishek Saha, Ayrat Gizzatov, Basil Shadfan, Brandon Cisneros, Brett Virgin-Downey, Brittany L. Oliva-Chatelain, Caoimhe de Fréin, Cara Bovet, Carissa Smith, Changsheng Xiang, Charles Conn, Chengmin Jiang, Chih-Chau Hwang, Courtney Payne, Daniel Garcia-Rojas, Danielle Michaud, Dennis J. Flood, Eric Wagner, Ezekial Fisher, Farrukh Vohidov, Gabriel Oaxaca, Gabriela Escalera, Gedeng Ruan, Graham Piburn, Hannah Rutledge, Huilong Fei, Inna Kurganskaya, Jarrod Boyd, Jessica Heimann, Jiebo Li, Jing Han Yap, John J. Allen, Juan Velazquez, Julia Zhao, Julian Cooper, Jun Ohata, Justin Law, Kewei Huang, Kourtney Wright, Lachezar Hristov, Lauren Harrison, Laurie Cullum, Lei Li, Liling Zeng, Matthew Makansi, Mayra Hernandez Rivera, Meghan Jebb, Michelle LaComb, Mustafa Salih Hizir, Nadia Lara, Natalia Gonzalez Pech, Nicholas Zaibaq, Nikolaos Soultanidis, Nina Hwang, Paul Derry, Pinn-Tsong Chiang, Richa Sethi, Ruquan Ye, Ryan Thaner, Samuel Maguire-Boyle, Sehmus Ozden, Sequoyah King, Shawdon Molavi, Simon Bott, Sravani Gullapalli, Stacy Prukop, Tawana Robinson, Ty Hanna, Tyler Boyd, Varun Shenoy Gangoli, Wayne Lin, Wilhelm Kienast, Xianyu Li, Xiewen Wen, Yen-Hao Lin, Yen-Tien Lu, Yilun Li, Yongji Gong, Zheng Yan, Zhengzong Sun, Zhiwei Peng, Zhun Zhao.

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Definition of a lens

Lenses

A lens is a custom view of the content in the repository. You can think of it as a fancy kind of list that will let you see content through the eyes of organizations and people you trust.

What is in a lens?

Lens makers point to materials (modules and collections), creating a guide that includes their own comments and descriptive tags about the content.

Who can create a lens?

Any individual member, a community, or a respected organization.

What are tags? tag icon

Tags are descriptors added by lens makers to help label content, attaching a vocabulary that is meaningful in the context of the lens.

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