Scientific instruments are tool used to aid people in scientific experimentation, measurements, etc. Some examples would be a thermometer, barometer, seki dish.
Imago Scientific Instruments was created in 1999.
The telescope, the microscope and navigational instruments were invented in the scientific revolution.
Gerard L'Estrange Turner has written: 'Nineteenth Century Scientific Instruments' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, Handbooks, manuals, History 'God bless the microscope!' -- subject(s): History, Microscope and microscopy, Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) 'Elizabethan instrument makers' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, History, Scientific apparatus and instruments industry, Catalogs 'Antique scientific instruments' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, Collectors and collecting
To aid people in scientific experimentation s and measurements.They are more refined and specialized than other measuring instruments.
Benjamin Pike has written: 'Pike's illustrated catalogue of scientific instruments' -- subject(s): Catalogs, History, Medical instruments and apparatus, Scientific apparatus and instruments
The instruments that scientists need.
Scientific instruments may be usefully regarded as the capital goods of the research industry. Example: Computers.
R. H. Nuttall has written: 'Early scientific instruments' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, Scientific apparatus collections, Exhibitions, History
Assuming you just mean musical instruments and not scientific instruments, it would be impossible to give you a factual answer to this question.
The two scientific instruments that began the age of modern weather forecasting are the, thermometer and barometer.
Flutes are wind instruments as are many other musical instruments but I don't think it has a "scientific" name. There are other names for small flutes but not ordinary flutes.
Yes, the Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS, released in 2003, is a scientific calculator. It is an updated version of the TI-30 scientific calculator from 1976, which sold for $25.
I assume you're talking about a space probe.It doesn't need scientific instruments, but if it didn't have them, thenthere really wouldn't be any reason to launch it, now would there.
Texas Instruments makes the best reviewed scientific calculators.
The correct spelling is instruments (scientific or musical devices).
A whistle, a computer, and a glove.
There are hundreds of different scientific apparatus used for experimentation.
i beleave that is not a footloose industry because we have to use raw materials to produse scientific instruments and we also need transportation links to get the raw materials to the factories i beleave that is not a footloose industry because we have to use raw materials to produse scientific instruments and we also need transportation links to get the raw materials to the factories
Stuart G. Hibben has written: 'Effects of high power lasers' 'Soviet development of scientific research instruments' -- subject(s): Science, Scientific apparatus and instruments