InstrumentationBook - 1987
Modern chemical instrumentation now uses very sophisticated measurement techniques. For students to understand how and why these instruments work, they must first master the general principles of instrumentation science and technology. This text introduces students to the vital aspects of instrumentation science which affect the way measurements are made, the design of scientific instruments, and their sensitivity and accuracy. The topics are presented in a non-mathematical way without requiring background in engineering. Its open-learning format provides a gradual development of these concepts through questions and answers at the end of each section, and a test which students can use to check their overall comprehension.
Publisher: Chichester [West Sussex] ; New York : Published on behalf of ACOL, London, by Wiley, c1987
Characteristics: xv, 401 p. : ill. ; 23 cm