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Bill Mardsen's Blog covers these quite nicely, so this is a quick bookmark for it. :)
List of PDFs that are useful for learning Operation Amplifiers. A couple are complete books on OpAmps. http://mxp.physics.umn.edu/f04/Lecture/OpAmpNotes.pdf Texas Instruments Handbook of OpAmp Applications book Op Amp Basics. It goes a bit beyond Basics, into theory and origin, as well as...
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Compiled from a few sources on the web... UVC 100-290 nm UVB 290-320 nm UVA 320-400 nm Blue - 475 nm Teal - 495 nm Green - 510 nm Yellow - 570 nm Orange / Amber - 590 nm US Taillight Red - 633 nm Red - 650 nm Near Infrared NIR 0.78 - 3 µm Mid Infrared MIR 3 - 50 µm Far Infrared FIR 50 -...
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On HHO. (A reply I'm tired of retyping) Yes, HHO can be generated. Yes, it burns. We agree on that much. The issue is the source of the energy to produce HHO, and the impact on vehicle performance. A mechanic working on this a bit back calculated an additional 3 HP load on the engine to...

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