Definition of Stroboscopic

1. Adjective. of, relating to, or produced by a stroboscope ¹



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Definition of Stroboscopic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stroboscopic

strobilates
strobilations
strobiles
strobili
strobiliform
strobiline
strobils
strobilurin
strobilurins
strobilus
strobing
stroboscope
stroboscopes
stroboscopic (current term)
stroboscopically
stroboscopy
strobotron
strobotrons
strockle
strockles
stroddle
stroddled
stroddles
strode
strodle
strodled
strodles
strodling

Literary usage of Stroboscopic

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1908)
"By AIEE THE MEASUREMENT OF ROTARY SPEEDS OF DYNAMO MACHINES BY THE stroboscopic FORK BY AE KENNELLY AND SE WHITING It is the object of this paper to call ..."

2. The Theory and Practice of Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Magnetism by Andrew Gray (1893)
"It will be seen below that, by the employment of what may be called the stroboscopic method of observation, Lord Hayleigh, who repeated the determination ..."

3. A Textbook of Physics by John Henry Poynting, Joseph John Thomson (1904)
"... Vibrations—stroboscopic Methods— Manometric Flames—Alteration of Pitch with Motion of Source or Observer—Musical Scale and Temperament. ..."

4. Engineering Instruments & Meters by Edgar A. Griffiths (1921)
"stroboscopic methods are very convenient and accurate, since they depend essentially on the constancy of a tuning fork. The time of vibration of a steel ..."

5. A Text-book of Practical Physics by William Watson (1913)
"stroboscopic Method of Measuring the Frequency of a Fork. — Two small and light plates,2 o and D (Fig. 115), are attached to the 1 See also § 111. ..."

6. An Introduction to Physiology by William Townsend Porter (1901)
"The Action Current in Tetanus ; stroboscopic Method. — 1. If a piece of thin black paper about 1 cm. square is fastened vertically on the end of the ..."

7. An Introduction to Physiology by William Townsend Porter (1901)
"The Action Current in Tetanus ; stroboscopic Method. — 1. If a piece of thin black paper about 1 cm. square is fastened vertically on the end of the ..."

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