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The analytical chemist is within the leading edge of the race to take advantage of pcs in laboratory paintings. the fashionable laboratory has quite a few tools churning out info, and mechanized tactics for dealing with the massive volume of knowledge are valuable. the wedding of tools and pcs is obtainable as a manner of easing the weight at the scientist, in addition to optimiz­ ing the functionality of the analytical tools. desktops may be utilized to the entire significant analytical tool methods, and lots of of the prime device brands are constructing and generating platforms to be used within the laboratory, either for information acquisition and for keep watch over reasons. it's, hence, well timed that the consultation on desktops in analytical chem­ istry of the jap Analytical Symposium, held in November 1968, be released during this sequence, which has as its goal development in analytical chemistry. The contents are wide-ranging and contain functions to mass spectrometry, X-ray spectrography, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, gasoline chroma­ tography, infrared spectrography, using devoted desktops, and the a number of consumer laboratory. thank you are a result of authors of the papers and to the consultation chairmen for his or her efforts within the construction of this very necessary addition to the series.

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The SET FIRST FREQUENCY switch, when pushed will reset the sweep without resetting the frequency so as to make the frequency at the moment of activation the start frequency of the sweep. The SET LAST FREQUENCY will similarly set the final frequency of the sweep. The effect of these switches is to shift the sweep's range to lower or higher frequency, respectively, and they are used for searching and for centering a display. In the MANUAL position of the SWEEP MODE switch, the sweep is under manual control, the forward or reverse sweep continuing as long as the FREQUENCY SELECTOR switch is held in the corresponding position.

The starting frequency can be changed by typing in the new frequency. Other teletype commands include: start sweep, clear memory, adjust the display amplitude, print the number of scans collected, and an option to stop the scanning after a predetermined number of sweeps. 3. DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION The instrument as built produces triangular sweeps with widths ranging from 100-100,000 Hz in I, 2, 5, 10 ... steps. Forward and reverse sweep times can be set independently from 1-1000 sec, in the same steps mentioned above.

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