2 edition of Electronics for scientists found in the catalog.
Electronics for scientists
Howard V. Malmstadt
|Statement||H.V. Malmstadt and C.G. Enke with the assistance of E.C. Toren.|
|Contributions||Enke, Christie G. 1933-, Toren, E. Clifford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||619|
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