Chapter 25: Instruments for Optical Spectroscopy. CHE 321: Quantitative Chemical Analysis Dr. Jerome Williams, Ph.D. Saint Leo University. Overview. Instrumental 101 Radiation Sources Wavelength Selectors Detectors Signal Processor & Readout. Instrumental 101.By jordan-david
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Chapter 25: Instruments for Optical Spectroscopy. CHE 321: Quantitative Chemical Analysis Dr. Jerome Williams, Ph.D. Saint Leo University. Overview. Instrumental 101 Radiation Sources Wavelength Selectors Detectors Signal Processor & Readout. Instrumental 101.
Chapter 25 Instruments for Optical Spectrometry. Contents in Chapter 25. Instrument Components Basic Components of Spectroscopic Instrumentation 1) Sources of Energy 2) Wavelength Selector 3) Sample Holder 4) Detectors 5) Signal Processors
ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS NOVEMBER 25, 2013. OVERVIEW . Pros and Cons of Economic Instruments Tax Incentives and Allowances Non-tax Instruments Other Economic Incentives. Economic Incentives. Market-based instruments used by policy makers to achieve environmental goals
Chapter 25 . Output And Prices in the Short-Run. What Happens to the equilibrium national income when the price level changes ?. There is a negative relationship between the price level and the Aggregate Expenditure .
Chapter 25. Flowering Plants III. African Violet. Propagation leaf petiole cuttings leaf spotting Soils and fertilizer highly porous medium with good drainage Temperature warm temperatures. African Violet. Light natural light artificial light Problems cultural disorders diseases
Chapter 25. More Design Patterns. Polymorphism. Issue: Conditional variation If-then-else or switch statements New variation or case: Conditional statements change Often in many places (methods, classes) Makes it difficult to extend program, add new variations Examples
Chapter 25. Analysis and interpretation of user observation evaluation data. Analysis and interpretation. Analysis: “just the facts, ma’am” usually just the statistical number crunching (if you have quantifiable data, that is)
Chapter 25. Reporters and the Law. Libel. Libel is published false and malicious information that defames a person. Expose a person to shame, disgrace. Injure a person’s reputation. Injure the person in his or her occupation. Defenses against libel.
Chapter 25. Public Goods, the Consequences of Strategic Voting Behavior, and the Role of Government. Market failure. Chapter 21 shows that trade between individuals results in a Pareto efficient allocation of goods In General, competitive markets are efficient
Chapter 25. The Great Depression Section 1. stock exchange : an organized system for buying and selling shares. Who bought stocks ? grocers motormen plumbers seamstresses waiters. On margin … This meant to pay only a fraction of the stock price and borrow the rest from their brokers.