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实验谱学课程大纲

(根据实际教学情况会可能做部分调整)


Courseattribute: specialized course advanced II (专业进阶II课程)

Course Objectives:

Guide the students to

- Broaden the knowledge domain to fields related to all spectroscopy and make a deep understanding of its main principles:

1. The history of spectroscopy

2. Most important Light sources, spectrometers and detectors in spectroscopy and their principle.

3. Some typical examples and recently highly interested scientific research issues of spectroscopy.

- Understand that spectroscopy was the one greatly drove the development of physics by its contribution to new methods of observation, and find out how to apply spectroscopy to solve current problems.

Tentative Course Schedule: (16 weeks)

Week 1 - L1, 2, 3

General introduction to spectroscopy and the lecture; a foretaste of making an own spectrometer.

Week 2 – L4, 5, 6

The history of spectroscopy: milestone and Keyman

Week 3 – L7, 8, 9

Theoretical knowledge of Physics in photonic spectroscopy, including line-shape and broadening

Week 4 – L10, 11, 12

Light source in spectroscopy – Tokamak and Stellarator; VR illustration.

Week 5 – L13, 14, 15

Light source in spectroscopy – Synchrotron and accelerator; Free-electron laser

Week 6 – L16, 17, 18

Light source in spectroscopy – Electron Beam Ion Trap, DR and RR, Beamfoil and others; VR illustration

Week 7 – L19, 20, 21

Spectral Splitter – Prism; Principle and Application; demonstration and experiments

Week 8 – L22, 23, 24

Spectral Splitter – Grating; Principle & Application - Spectrometer

Week 9– L25, 26, 27

Simulation training & Grating Spectrometer simulation

Week 10– L28, 29, 30

Spectral Splitter – Crystal; Principle & Application - Spectrometer

Week 11 – L31, 32, 33

Simulation training & Crystal Spectrometer simulation

Week 12 – L34, 35, 36

Spectral Splitter – Introduction to Interferometer and other splitters. VR experiments

Week 13 – L37, 38, 39

Spectral detector – Photon Amplifier; Delay Line Detector

Week 14 – L40, 41, 42

Spectral detector - Momentum spectrometer and VR experiments

Week 15 – L43, 44, 45

Spectral detector – Semiconductor detector; Charge Coupled Device, Microcalorimeter

Week 16 – L46, 47, 48

Summary and final presentation

Week 17 – Flexible

Laboratory Tour

  

Course Requirements

It is recommended that the lecture of “atomic physics” should be learned as a prerequisite.

To appraise the study of this course, several aspects of evaluation of students will be considered. Usually the following ones will be included:

Good attendance and daily performance during each lecture.

Complete all homework well and have a good performance in the regular discussion.

Finish the spectra observation practice and the report.

Fine accomplishment of the final presentation

(Presentation will be the form of the final examination.)

  

Grading and more details:

Attendance and daily performance10%

Assignments/homework30%

Practice/experiments30%

Final presentation30%

  

Attendance and daily performance

No-show for 1 time will lose 1%, and 2 times for 3% and 3 times for 5%.

A good daily performance will gain 5%, while the worst will gain 0%.

Assignments/homework

There will be 6 assignments, and each will include several questions. 5% for a perfect accomplishment while 0% for none.

Practice/experiment

There will be 6 practices or experiments. A good execution and nice report will gain 5% for each.

Final presentation

An oral presentation will be required as the final examination. Many aspects such as documents comprehension, material organization, PowerPoint arrangement, oral speaking skill, and reaction to questions will be considered for evaluation. In total, 30% will be included in this evaluation.

  

Textbook:

A. Thorne, et al., Spectrophysics - Principles and Applications, Springer, 1999

  

Supplementary Material:

Y. Zou et al., Handbook for Highly Charged Ion Spectroscopic Research, CRC Press, 2012