Analytical correction of temperature in a logarithmic electrometer using light-emitting diodes

Acharya, Y.B.; Aggarwal, A.K.
May 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;May96, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p2014
Academic Journal
Provides a method for analytical correction of temperature errors encountered in uncompensated logarithmic electrometers using light-emitting diodes. Theoretical background; Device constant; Percent differences of the voltages measured at 5 and 60 degrees Celsius.


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