Electronics for Scientists: Physical Principles With Applications to Instrumentation
- List Price: $94.00
- Binding: Paperback
- Edition: 1
- Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
- Publish date: 01/15/1997
- ISBN: 9780133594805
- ISBN10: 0133594807
-- A comprehensive reference for both research and teaching.
-- Covers the essential physical principles of modern electronic circuitry and construction of integrated circuits.
-- Presents the real-life, commonly encountered examples that scientists and students will need in research and industry.
Helps scientists and students quickly understand the technologies, physics, and practical issues surrounding today's most important electronic instrumentation. With the increasing complexity of modern electronic instruments, beginners are faced with the difficult task of scanning volumes in order to find material that is relevant to their courses. This book's functional approach serves as a link between high-powered technology and fundamental physical principles. The book identifies physical principles essential to understanding the use of electronic instrumentation, and wherever possible, illustrates them with practical demonstrations.