Lecture_1 - CHM 6158C Electronics and Instrumentation...

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1 CHM 6158C: Electronics and Instrumentation Spring 2011 Nick C. Polfer Office: 311 Chemistry Lab Building Phone: 392-0492 [email protected] Venue: 109 FLI Teaching Assistant – Corey Stedwell [email protected] ; Long Yu [email protected] ; (Chemistry Lab Building Room 302) No need to purchase textbook for class: 1. The Art of Electronics, Paul Horowitz, Winfried Hill, 2 nd Edition, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-37095-0. 2. Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, Stan Gibilisco, 3 rd Edition, McGraw- Hill, ISBN 0-07-137730-1. Useful website: http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/ CHM6158C - Lecture 1
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2 Electronics Electrical circuit boards: diodes resistors capacitors transformers transistors etc. Elements represented by symbols
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3 Electronic circuits Understand circuit diagrams Design simple circuit diagrams
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4 Computing The computer “brain”, CPU (central processing unit), RAM (random-access memory): Integrated circuits (IC) made up of many tiny transistors Binary code: 0/1 (= voltage low/high) (memory) Logic circuits: AND, OR, NAND, etc. (operations): TRUE or FALSE
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