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Electronic Methods: Methods of Experimental Physics

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by E. Bleuler
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Electronic Methods: Methods of Experimental Physics by E. Bleuler

Methods of Experimental Physics, Volume 2 - Part A: Electronic Methods, Second Edition focuses on techniques and experimental methods involving vacuum-tube and solid-state electronic devices and vacuum-tube circuitry.
This volume consists of eight main topics-passive linear circuit elements and networks, semiconductor circuit elements, vacuum tubes, gas tubes, rectifier circuits and power supplies, amplifiers, oscillators, and nonlinear circuits.
In these topics, this book specifically discusses the relations between time and frequency response; devices employing bulk semiconductor properties; Richardson-Dushman equation; and gas tube phenomena. The full-wave rectifiers with capacitive load; vacuum tube and field-effect transistor bias circuits; and harmonic oscillators are also elaborated. This text likewise covers the oscillators that use negative resistance devices; field-effect transistors; and analog-to-digital (A/D) converters.
This publication is a good source for physicists and students interested in techniques and methods involving electronic equipment.

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Pages: 460
Size: 41.8 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1975
ISBN: 9781483191768 (DRM-PDF)

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