X-Ray Physics
Physical characteristics of X-ray generation, optics, and experimental applications. Methods of X-ray imaging emphasized.
PHSCS
671
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPHSCS 581 & PHSCS 602; Phscs 452 or equivalent.
 Taught 
Course Outcomes: 


Learn the X-Ray Literature

Demonstrate the ability to read and utilize the contemporary literature of x-ray phenomena, including topical conferences.

Basic Concepts of X-Ray Physics

Teach their fellow students or colleagues key concepts in the generation, interaction, manipulation, and use of VUV, EUV and x-rays in physics and astronomy.

X-Ray Research

Collect, interpret and present VUV, EUV and/or x-ray research data to solve important problems in the student's research.