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Battery Technologies and Markets

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Spring 2010
Chem Eng 198
2 Unit(s)

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About the Course:

After taking this course, students should

   a) understand the basic physical concepts involved in electrochemical energy storage 

   b) be able to critically evaluate the utility and viability of technological claims in popular and scientific literature


The course is designed for graduate and upper-level undergraduate students with limited experience in electrochemistry.  A technical background is encouraged, but not necessary.


Course format:  2 units, 2 1-hour lectures/week, 3 homework assignments, final project.  Grades are offered on a pass/no-pass basis only.

How to Enroll:

Register for ChemE 198, section 2. First day of class is Thursday, Jan 21; enrollment issues will be discussed then. Contact facilitator for any questions.

Course Contact: mtang AT


Faculty Sponsor: John Newman

Time & Location:

Section 1Maureen Tang
256 EvansTuTh 12:30p-2p1/21started

Uploaded Files:

Syllabus: ChE198_BTM_syllabus.pdfNov 1824kbAdobe PDF (Viewer)View Download

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