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Science & Technology From Bruce McLeod


Basic Theory and Application of Transistors

By Chief of Naval Operations Aviation Training Division

Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960 VG 8" by 10" in card covers, 268 pages, illustrated. Light soiling to wraps, a few red pen marks on front cover. Interiors clean, tight, unmarked, only a trace of general wear to pages. Navair 00-80T-86, Army Technical Manual TM 11-690, Air Force Technical Order TO 12-1-63. Includes fundamental theory of transistors, transistor amplifier fundamentals, parameters, equivalent circuits, characteristic curves, bias stabilization, analysis and comparison charts, audio tuned & wide-band amplifiers, oscillators, pulse and switching circuits, modulation, mixing, demodulation, semiconductor devices, letter symbols, references, glossary, index.. Soft Cover.


1000 Questions in General Knowledge
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1000 Questions in General Knowledge

By Smith, Henry

London, U.K.: Evans Brothers VERY GOOD+/no DJ, circa 1920, undated revised edition, The Kingsway Series. Handsome blue boards in excellent condition, very clean, no fading. School stamp on half-title page, otherwise unmarked. All 264 pages FINE, appears unread, no foxing. A quality vintage volume that, as the title suggests, answers 1,000 questions. Quite interesting to read early 20th Century answers on air travel, medicine and music.. Hard Cover.


Minerals and How They Occur

By Miller, Willet G.; Parsons, A.L

Toronto: Copp Clark Co., 1928 VERY GOOD Hardcover, 1st Printing of revised & updated 1928 Edition. Clean green cloth HC's show only a trace of wear at spine tips and corners. Clean, tight, previous owner's name and date on front endpaper otherwise unmarked. 5.25" by 7.5", 255 pages, frontispiece, photos, diagrams. Includes the chief characteristics of the most common and useful minerals, including where they can be found and their origins. The book deals with both mineralogy, geology, and prospecting - and includes dozens of types of fossils. The author was a Provincial Geologist of Ontario and Professor of Geology in the School of Mining, Queen's University in Kingston.. Hard Cover.