Analog and Computer Electronics for Scientists. 4th Edition

  • ID: 2172881
  • Book
  • 474 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Updated and reorganized, it details selected examples of integrated circuits describing their properties, limitations and the methods of applying them in practical circuitry. This edition contains a significantly expanded treatment of microcomputers as the ultimate electronic components. Discusses computer peripherals, communications and networking. Along with depicting existing electronic equipment, it assesses the future of computers including important improvements in areas such as miniaturization, speed, intercommunication and general convenience of operation.
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ANALOG ELECTRONICS.

Circuits and Schematics.

Operational Amplifiers 1.

Operational Amplifiers 2.

Semiconductors.

Diodes and Transistors as Circuit Elements.

Transducers.

Switching Circuits.

Power Supplies.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS.

Binary Numeration.

Binary Logic Gates.

Flip–Flops and Registers.

Interdomain Converters.

COMPUTER ELECTRONICS.

The Computer as an Electronic Device.

Computer Peripherals.

Data Communications.

Computer Networks.

Construction and Troubleshooting.

A Glimpse of the Future.

Mathematical Background.

Questions and Problems.

Appendices.

Glossary.

Index.
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About the authors BASIL H. VASSOS is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan. He is the coauthor, with Galen Ewing, of the previous three editions of this book and of Electroanalytical Chemistry. He received his PhD in analytical chemistry from the University of Michigan. GALEN W. EWING is Professor Emeritus of Analytical Chemistry at Seton Hall University. He is the author of Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis, now in its fifth edition. Dr. Ewing is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a member of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy, and a divisional counselor of the American Chemical Society. He received his PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Chicago.
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