No lab should be without a copy of this book!
I work designing precision instruments and this book has a lot of good information covering much ground over the different aspects of apparatus design and operation.
The book is comprehensive, clearly written, and beautifully illustrated - a very useful reference to have in a laboratory!
I bought this for my son-in-law and he was thrilled with it. He's hardly put it down since receiving it.Published 8 months ago by OKDeb
Great book for anyone doing research! If you need a good reference for the basics, this would have to be it.Published 8 months ago by Dennis J. Meredith
i bought this to help me build a new instrument and it was great, gave a lot of great ideas for opticsPublished 14 months ago by lenny breindel
This book gives a great overview over most lab equipment and introduces the basic principles. It's a good place to start learning about equipment in an efficient way.Published 19 months ago by S. Haendel
I work designing precision instruments and this book has a lot of good information covering much ground over the different aspects of apparatus design and operation.Published 21 months ago by Patricio Schurter
This text was required reading for joining an experimental research laboratory and I am able to reference it when attempting to work with anything hands-on in the laboratory for... Read morePublished 22 months ago by laasworld
This book is an amazing compendium of information essential to being a great scientist. Unlike most science related books, which teach only the theory behind instrumentation, the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Savellthesalmon
We appear to be in a society that does not encourage the ability to make physical objects with one's hands (living, as we are, in an age of software). Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Dr. I. R. Walker
I have some of the best physics/engineering texts in my library. This one is one of my favorites. An incredible resource for the modern scientists or engineer. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by Graham Orr