Determination of the frequency characteristics of measuring transducers
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An iteration method is presented for finding the amplitude-frequency characteristic of measuring transducers. Because of an imaginary constant the characteristic can be determined over the entire frequency spectrum. An example of the application of the method is given.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Frequency Characteristic Frequency Spectrum Iteration Method
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