## Principles of Instrumental AnalysisThis text is written for a course that deals with the principles and applications of modern analytical instruments. Emphasis is placed upon the theoretical basis of each type of instrument, its optimal area of application, its sensitivity, its precision, and its limitations. The text also introduces students to elementary integrated circuitry, microprocessors and computers, and treatment of analytical data. |

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Substituting this expression into

i dt RC Integration between the limits of the initial current I^t and i gives f' di (' dt J

-=-J^ (2"29) J/init j JoRC and « = h -tIRC (2-30) This

Substituting this expression into

**Equation**2-28 yields, upon rearrangement, L di_i dt RC Integration between the limits of the initial current I^t and i gives f' di (' dt J

-=-J^ (2"29) J/init j JoRC and « = h -tIRC (2-30) This

**equation**shows that the ...Pagina 385

The second derivative of

Substitution of

natural frequency of the oscillation is then — — 2tt\ m (16-7) where vm is the

natural ...

The second derivative of

**Equation**16-5 is — = -4 n2v„A cos 2TTVmt (16-6)Substitution of

**Equations**16-5 and 16-6 into**Equation**16-4 gives 4 tr2v 2 m Thenatural frequency of the oscillation is then — — 2tt\ m (16-7) where vm is the

natural ...

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To this end, we will assume that we are dealing with two solutes A and B having

retention times that are close enough to one another that we can assume WA =

WB = W

To this end, we will assume that we are dealing with two solutes A and B having

retention times that are close enough to one another that we can assume WA =

WB = W

**Equation**26-20 then takes the form R, = w**Equation**26-17 permits the ...### Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione

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