## Principles of Instrumental AnalysisPRINCIPLES OF INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS places an emphasis on the theoretical basis of each type of instrument, its optimal area of application, its sensitivity, its precision, and its limitations.You'll also learn about elementary analog and digital electronics, computers, and treatment of analytical datA. Visit the book companion website for tutorials on instrumental methods, Excel files of data analysis and simulations of analytical techniques to help you visualize important concepts in this course, and selected papers from the chemical literature to stimulate interest and provide background information for study. |

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The

and the output are all grounded. The

which neither input is grounded. A shorthand representation of an operational

amplifier ...

The

**circuit**in (b) is a common design in which the input, the inverting terminal,and the output are all grounded. The

**circuit**in (C) is a differential amplifier inwhich neither input is grounded. A shorthand representation of an operational

amplifier ...

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Substituting numerical values gives Rm = 200 x 103/(1 + 1.0 x 105) = 2.0 n

Equation A 1-1 in Appendix 1 shows that the relative error in a current

measurement is given by rel error R. Rt+ r. where RT is the resistance of the

Substituting numerical values gives Rm = 200 x 103/(1 + 1.0 x 105) = 2.0 n

Equation A 1-1 in Appendix 1 shows that the relative error in a current

measurement is given by rel error R. Rt+ r. where RT is the resistance of the

**circuit**in the ...Pagina 52

Figure 2-22d is a simple

integration

reversed. Proceeding as in the previous derivation, we may write _ dV, _ V. (" dt

R, or dV, ...

Figure 2-22d is a simple

**circuit**for dif ferentiation. Note that it differs from theintegration

**circuit**only in the respect that the positions of C and H have beenreversed. Proceeding as in the previous derivation, we may write _ dV, _ V. (" dt

R, or dV, ...

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