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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. First-Order ODEs. Contents. 1.1 Basic Concepts. Modeling 1.2 Geometric Meaning of y’ = ƒ (x, y). Direction Fields 1.3 Separable ODEs. Modeling 1.4 Exact ODEs. Integrating Factors 1.5 Linear ODEs. Bernoulli Equation. Population Dynamics

By iain
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Lab 7 Bipolar DC IV Characteristics

Lab 7 Bipolar DC IV Characteristics

Lab 7 Bipolar DC IV Characteristics. Lab 7 Bipolar Early Voltage. Lab 7 Bipolar Breakdown Voltage BV CEO. Lab 7 Bipolar Breakdown Voltage BV CEO with V CE 0.01 A and I B 5 V Compliance. Lab 7 Bipolar Breakdown Voltage BV CEO with V CE 0.01 A and I B 5 V Compliance.

By baxter
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Microscopic origin of high mobility of oxygen vacances in doped ceria

Microscopic origin of high mobility of oxygen vacances in doped ceria

X19A. Microscopic origin of high mobility of oxygen vacances in doped ceria. Anna Kossoy, Anatoly I. Frenkel, Qi Wang, Ellen Wachtel, and Igor Lubomirsky Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel and Yeshiva University, New York.

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Design of asymmetric multilayer membranes based on mixed ionic-electronic conducting composites

Design of asymmetric multilayer membranes based on mixed ionic-electronic conducting composites

Design of asymmetric multilayer membranes based on mixed ionic-electronic conducting composites (OCMOL Project).

By ovid
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SEARCH & VISTAS Special Studies

SEARCH & VISTAS Special Studies

SEARCH & VISTAS Special Studies. RPO National Technical Meeting St. Louis, MO November 5, 2003. Outline. SEARCH Overview Data Quality for Continuous PM Carbon Collaboration NH 3 Measurements Biomass Emissions In-Plume Oxidation Rates SO 4 Neutralization Other. SEARCH. SEARCH

By tad
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ECE243

ECE243

ECE243. MEMORY/SRAM SIMULATOR LAB. Simulator of a small SRAM Chip. Byte addressable! each address represents one bytes IMPORTANT PINS: !CE: chip enable !OE: output enable !WE: write enable !BE3, !BE2, !BE1, !BE0 Byte enables a3-a0: address lines 4 addr bits => 2^4 locations

By benjamin-bates
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電子學 ( 二 )

電子學 ( 二 )

電子學 ( 二 ). 第三章 雙極電晶體 ( Bipolar Junction Transistor). 前言:雙極電體 (BJT) 三個分別的摻雜區及二個 pn 接面 單一個 pn 接面有順偏及反偏兩種操作模式,所以有兩個接面的電晶體便有四種操作模式 基本電晶體原則:兩端子間之電壓控制流經另一端子之電流 兩個接面足夠接近稱為交互作用的 pn 接面,其運作與兩個背對背接的二極體截然不同 電晶體內之電流由於電子與電洞之流動,所以稱為雙極. npn 雙極電晶體. pnp 雙極電晶體. 3-1 基本雙極電晶體. 3-1-1 電晶體構造 三個區域及其端子稱為射極、基極、集極

By deanna-mcbride
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CH-4: Imperfections in Solids

CH-4: Imperfections in Solids

CH-4: Imperfections in Solids. Why STUDY Imperfections in Solids? Many of the important properties of materials are due to the presence of imperfections. Pure metals experience significant alterations when alloyed: Brass (70% Cu & 30% Zn) Impurities play important roles in semiconductors.

By gisela-chapman
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CH-4: Imperfections in Solids

CH-4: Imperfections in Solids

CH-4: Imperfections in Solids. Why STUDY Imperfections in Solids? Many of the important properties of materials are due to the presence of imperfections. Pure metals experience significant alterations when alloyed: Sterling silver: 92.5% Ag & 7.5% Cu. Cartridge brass: 70% Cu & 30% Zn.

By brady-boyer
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NPN

NPN

NPN. V BE > 0*. T. F. V CE > V BE **. V CE > V BE. T. F. T. F. Saturation. R Active. F. Active. Cutoff. * When V BE = 0 and V CE  0 the device is considered to be in cutoff ** When V BE > 0 and V CE = V BE the device is at the onset of saturation. PNP. V EB > 0*. T. F.

By robin-sweet
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Welding Metallurgy 2

Welding Metallurgy 2

Welding Metallurgy 2. Welding Metallurgy 2. Learning Activities View Slides; Read Notes, Listen to lecture Do on-line workbook Do homework. Lesson Objectives When you finish this lesson you will understand: The various region of the weld where liquid does not form

By chadwick-morse
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Semiconductor Electronics Q & A

Semiconductor Electronics Q & A

Semiconductor Electronics Q & A. Session 6e for Electronics and Telecommunications A Fairfield University E-Course Powered by LearnLinc. Module: Semiconductor Electronics (in two parts). Text: “Electronics,” Harry Kybett, Wiley, 1986, ISBN 0-471-00916-4 References:

By wyoming-sparks
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SCR’s, Triacs and UJTs

SCR’s, Triacs and UJTs

SCR’s, Triacs and UJTs. Session 6c for Electronics and Telecommunications A Fairfield University E-Course Powered by LearnLinc. Module: Semiconductor Electronics (in two parts). Text: “Electronics,” Harry Kybett, Wiley, 1986, ISBN 0-471-00916-4 References:

By jasonf
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CH-4: Imperfections  in Solids

CH-4: Imperfections in Solids

CH-4: Imperfections in Solids. Why STUDY Imperfections in Solids? Many of the important properties of materials are due to the presence of imperfections. Pure metals experience significant alterations when alloyed: Brass (70% Cu & 30% Zn) Impurities play important roles in semiconductors.

By jbullard
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Semiconductor Electronics: Quiz Review

Semiconductor Electronics: Quiz Review

Semiconductor Electronics: Quiz Review. Session 6g for Electronics and Telecommunications A Fairfield University E-Course Powered by LearnLinc. Module: Semiconductor Electronics (in two parts). Text: “Electronics,” Harry Kybett, Wiley, 1986, ISBN 0-471-00916-4 References:

By scordell
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