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Engineering 2C01

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The final examination will take place on Friday, December 19 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in room ENGR 1B77. The exam will consist of two parts, A and B. Part A is closed book and closed notes and will consist of mostly non-numeric questions that assess the student's qualitative understanding of the material. Part B is open textbook (Kasap, any edition) but closed notes and will contain quantitative questions requiring calculations or manipulating formulae. A calculator may be used for both parts. All material covered in the lectures, assignments, or laboratory is examinable. However, the final exam will tend to be weighted more toward the material covered since the midterm exam.

Marked assignment papers through assignment 8 can be collected from the EE372 box on the table opposite room 3B25.

The second laboratory will take place the week of November 24. The experiment will investigate solar cells. Download the manual here.

The first laboratory will take place the week of November 17. The experiment will involve the capacitance of a pn junction. Download the manual here.

The midterm examination will take place on Tuesday, November 4 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in room ENGR 1B77. The exam will consist of two parts, A and B. Part A is closed book and closed notes and will consist of mostly non-numeric questions that assess the student's qualitative understanding of the material. Part B is open textbook (Kasap, any edition) but closed notes and will contain quantitative questions requiring calculations or manipulating formulae. A calculator may be used for both parts. All material covered through the density of states of semiconductors is examinable.

Schroedinger's Cat (alive phase)