Data Acquisition and Measurement Techniques
Angel Munoz-Ruiz, Herman Vromans
Taylor & Francis, Jun 30, 1998 - Medical - 408 pages
Data Acquisition and Measurement Techniques offers the practical help needed to understand and implement new technology and perform the constant discipline crossover necessary to achieve high quality and high profitability in drug manufacturing. Written by a panel of experts from around the globe, it provides instrumentation methods and techniques essential for development and validation reports, as well as production monitoring and covers data at the source, in transmission, and in manipulation. The book shows readers how to use tools such as the automation of research and manufacturing tasks to support state-of-the-art instrumentation concepts.
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