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CHEM 918: Single Molecule Approaches to Biology

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CHEM 918

A combination of recent literature and original research presentations relating to the use of single molecule techniques in biochemistry including fluorescence microscopy, tethered particle motion, patch-clamping, cryo-electron microscopy, optical trapping, magnetic tweezers, and super resolution microscopy.

MS&E 360 Materials Laboratory I

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MS&E 360

Laboratory instruction in sample preparation for and applications of quantitative microscopy, x-ray diffraction, and properties measurement in the context of structure-property relationships in materials.

PHYS 308: Intermediate Laboratory-Electromagnetic Fields and Optics

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PHYS 308

Course Description: Experiments in electromagnetic fields and optics, mainly associated with the subject matter of Physics 322 and 325.

Pre-Reqs: Physics 202 or 208. Physics 205, 241, or 244 recommended. Physics 322 and 325 or con reg recommended

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