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QC 966 Lightning
TJ 163 Power Resources and Conservation
TJ 211-225 Control Engineering,
Robotics
TK 1-999 Electrical Engineering and Electronics, General
TK 1000-2999 Electrical Power
Production: motors,
machinery, batteries
TK 3000-3999 Power Distribution and Transmission
TK 4000-4999 Electrical Power
Applications: mechanical, electrical, lighting
TK 5101-5105 Telecommunication:
signal processing,
wireless, satellites, data
transmission, networks
TK 5107-6720 Telegraph, telephone,
radio, radar, television,
digital video, fax
TK 7018-7500 Household Appliances
TK 7867-7868 Electronic Circuits,
general
TK 7869-7872 Electronic Circuits:
Applications and Materials,
Semiconductors
TK 7874 Integrated Circuits
TK 7876 Microwaves
TK 7880-7999 Sound systems,
Computer Engineering
TK 8300 Photoelectronic Devices
TK 9900 Electricity for Amateurs

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Jean L. Bossart, P.E.
Associate Engineering Librarian
Marston Science Library, L209B
352-273-2864
jean.bossart@ufl.edu

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