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The last two of these books were first published in the early 1970's, but many of the concepts remain valid. Many of the concepts are covered briefly in Kissinger or Bard.

"Industrial Electronics for Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians" by Shanefield.
This book has some very glowing reviews at amazon.com. It has the advantage that it is twenty years newer than the books below. It's heavy on discrete electronics, but that might not be bad. Shanefield has a very credible background, including Bell Labs, Princeton, and building a 0-to-60 in 4.9 sec Corvette.

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"Inductance Calculations" by Grover. 
This is a Dover Phoenix Edition reprint of a 1946 book that appears to be "the Bible" for calculation of inductance.  It covers considerably more examples and configuration of conductors that does the Resources section of this web site.  If your geometry is more complicated than just an isolated round wire, then this is the book for you.

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"How to Build and Use Electronic Devices Without Fustration, Panic, Mountains of Money, or an Engineering Degree. 2nd Edition" by Hoenig. 
When I taught analog Electronic Instrumentation I used the 1st edition of this book. I knew it was a winner when someone walked off with my copy! Even the new edition is old (1980) and devices have changed and improved a lot, but the simple electrical models for real devices presented in this book have helped me in understanding potentiostat response!

This book is out of print, but I'd recommend checking powell's or amazon for a used copy if you really want to get a good grip on electronics design.

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"Potentiostat and Its Applications" by von Fraunhofer and Banks.
About 1/2 of this book is dedicated to electrochemical principles. Although there are better books for that, the remaining 1/2 deals with electrochemical instrumentation.  The first chapter deals with potentiostat response and stabilization, whilst the second deals with op amps and "ancillary equipment." Much of the "ancillary equipment" is outdated, however.  I'd recommend this book only if you are seriously pursuing potentiostat design.

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