2 edition of Elements of electronics for physical scientists found in the catalog.
Elements of electronics for physical scientists
R. L. Havill
|Statement||R.L. Havill and A.K. Walton.|
|Contributions||Walton, A. K.|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Havill, R.L. (Raymond Leslie). Elements of electronics for physical scientists. Basingstoke: Macmillan, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Havill, R.L. (Raymond Leslie). Elements of electronics for physical scientists. London: Macmillan, 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 ists, researchers, engineers, and students of Format: Textbook Binding. Elements Of Electronics For Physical Scientists by R.L. Havill / / English / PDF.
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