AGG 4502: NANOTECHNOLOGY IN FOOD, AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT
Zhenli He Professor, Soil Fertility/Environmental Chemistry (561) 468-3922 x 109 email@example.com
About the Course
Nanotechnology is an emerging field of applied science that engages almost every technical discipline – from chemistry to agriculture – in the study and application of extremely tiny materials with particle sizes ranging from ~1-100 nm. This course will cover the fundamentals of nanoscience and nanotechnology from historical development, concepts and principles to nanomaterial manufacturing and property characterization, and the application of nanotechnology in food science, agriculture and environment.
Credits: 3 Semesters Offered: Spring General Education Requirement Course: No
Prerequisites: General physics and chemistry at a college level Textbook: None required. Reference books, journal articles, and related information links are provided on the course website.