Un instrument scientifique est un instrument utilisé en sciences, permettant d'acquérir des données, des échelles nanométriques aux échelles macroscopiques. Ce sont la plupart du temps des instruments de mesure (spectromètre par exemple) ou d'observation (microscope polarisant par exemple), ou de plus en plus, les deux à la fois.

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  • Un instrument scientifique est un instrument utilisé en sciences, permettant d'acquérir des données, des échelles nanométriques aux échelles macroscopiques. Ce sont la plupart du temps des instruments de mesure (spectromètre par exemple) ou d'observation (microscope polarisant par exemple), ou de plus en plus, les deux à la fois.
  • Un instrumento científico es un aparato o dispositivo que está específicamente diseñado, construido y a menudo refinado a través del método de ensayo y error para ayudar a la ciencia. Específicamente, los instrumentos científicos sirven para buscar, adquirir, medir, observar y almacenar datos reproducibles y verificables. Para su funcionamiento aplican algún principio físico, relación, o tecnología.Los datos suministrados por un instrumento científico son, por lo general, conjuntos de medidas numéricas que nos dan información sobre propiedades o fenómenos relativos a observaciones o experimentos de diversos aspectos de la realidad. Por ello los instrumentos científicos podrían clasificarse en instrumentos de medida (como el cronómetro), instrumentos de observación (como el microscopio) o instrumentos que permiten ambas cosas (como el espectrofotómetro).Los primeros instrumentos científicos surgieron en el siglo XVII, y se multiplicaron en funciones, precisión y usos con el desarrollo de la ciencia en los siglos posteriores.Suelen terminar en los sufijos -scopio (porque ven algo), -metro (porque miden algo) o -tron (instrumentos complejos modernos, como el ciclotrón).
  • A scientific instrument can be any type of equipment, apparatus or device as is specifically designed, constructed and often, through trial and error, ingeniously refined to apply utmost efficiency in the utilization of well proven physical principle, relationship or technology to facilitate or enable the pursuit, acquisition, transduction and storage of repeatable, verifiable data, usually consisting of sets numerical measurements made upon otherwise unknown, unproven quantities, properties, phenomena, materials, forces or etc., preferably as those characterized over time by an increasing degree of accuracy and precision and, typically, those initially derived as isolated or dependent variable results from, or empirical observations made during, the course of such experimental procedures as are firmly based upon the scientific method and long accepted tenants of experimental design.Scientific instruments are part of laboratory equipment, but are considered more sophisticated and more specialized than other measuring instruments as scales, meter sticks, chronometers, thermometers or even power or waveform generators. They are increasingly based upon the integration of computers to improve and simplify control, enhance and extend instrumental functions, conditions, parameter adjustments and data sampling, collection, resolution, analysis (both during and post-process), storage and retrieval. Individual instruments can also be connected as a local area network (LAN) and can be further integrated as part of a laboratory information management system (LIMS), that in addition to having Internet access to databases of such physical properties as compound spectra libraries through the World Wide Web for results comparisons and advanced data analysis as well as the obvious usefulness of now ubiquitous email for rapid exchange of informational text and images, consultation and peer review. Recently, the development have utilized open source principles borrowed from the software industry to rapidly improve low-cost open-source hardware for scientific measurements and to create open source labs.Some scientific instruments can be quite large in size, like particle colliders that can be several miles in circumference or radio-telescope antennas and antenna arrays used in astrophysics. As you might expect, the converse or nanoscale also has been added to the list of the realm of scientific instrument applications and research, with much of the activity centered around the use of miniaturization in the field of medicine, particularly as non-invasive imaging has exploded on the diagnostic arts and minimally invasive tools and robotics have extended the reach of surgeons of every stripe. In fact, instruments on the scale of a single molecule may soon interact with our bodies at the cellular and biochemical level to collect diagnostic information and provide highly precise medication delivery mechanisms.Scientific instruments can be found on board sounding rockets, satellites or planetary rovers and controlled by radio telecommunication.
  • Un instrument científic és un aparell o dispositiu que està específicament dissenyat, construït i sovint refinat a través del mètode d'assaig i error per ajudar a la ciència. Específicament, els instruments científics serveixen per buscar, adquirir, mesurar, observar i emmagatzemar dades reproduïbles i verificables). Per al seu funcionament s'apliquen algun principi físic, relació, o tecnologia.Les dades subministrades per un instrument científic són, en general, conjunts de mesures numèriques que ens donen informació sobre propietats o fenòmens relatius a observacions o experiments de diversos aspectes de la realitat. Per això els instruments científics podrien classificar-se en instruments de mesura (com el cronòmetre), instruments d'observació (com el microscopi) o instruments que permeten dues coses (com el espectrofotòmetre).Els primers instruments científics van sorgir al segle XVII, i es van multiplicar en funcions, precisió i usos amb el desenvolupament de la ciència en els segles posteriors.Solen acabar en els sufixos -scopio (perquè veuen alguna cosa), -metre (perquè mesuren alguna cosa) o -tronc (instruments complexos moderns, com el ciclotró).
  • 실험기구는 실험할 때 쓰는 기구이다.
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  • Un instrument scientifique est un instrument utilisé en sciences, permettant d'acquérir des données, des échelles nanométriques aux échelles macroscopiques. Ce sont la plupart du temps des instruments de mesure (spectromètre par exemple) ou d'observation (microscope polarisant par exemple), ou de plus en plus, les deux à la fois.
  • 실험기구는 실험할 때 쓰는 기구이다.
  • Un instrumento científico es un aparato o dispositivo que está específicamente diseñado, construido y a menudo refinado a través del método de ensayo y error para ayudar a la ciencia. Específicamente, los instrumentos científicos sirven para buscar, adquirir, medir, observar y almacenar datos reproducibles y verificables.
  • Un instrument científic és un aparell o dispositiu que està específicament dissenyat, construït i sovint refinat a través del mètode d'assaig i error per ajudar a la ciència. Específicament, els instruments científics serveixen per buscar, adquirir, mesurar, observar i emmagatzemar dades reproduïbles i verificables).
  • A scientific instrument can be any type of equipment, apparatus or device as is specifically designed, constructed and often, through trial and error, ingeniously refined to apply utmost efficiency in the utilization of well proven physical principle, relationship or technology to facilitate or enable the pursuit, acquisition, transduction and storage of repeatable, verifiable data, usually consisting of sets numerical measurements made upon otherwise unknown, unproven quantities, properties, phenomena, materials, forces or etc., preferably as those characterized over time by an increasing degree of accuracy and precision and, typically, those initially derived as isolated or dependent variable results from, or empirical observations made during, the course of such experimental procedures as are firmly based upon the scientific method and long accepted tenants of experimental design.Scientific instruments are part of laboratory equipment, but are considered more sophisticated and more specialized than other measuring instruments as scales, meter sticks, chronometers, thermometers or even power or waveform generators.
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  • 실험 기구
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