Definition of Polariscopes

1. Noun. (plural of polariscope) ¹



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Definition of Polariscopes

1. polariscope [n] - See also: polariscope

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polariscopes

polaric
polarily
polarimeter
polarimeters
polarimetric
polarimetrically
polarimetries
polarimetry
polaris
polarisabilities
polarisability
polarisable
polarisation
polarisations
polariscope
polariscopes (current term)
polariscopic
polariscopy
polarise
polarised
polarised light
polariser
polarisers
polarises
polarising
polarising microscope
polaristic
polarite
polarities
polariton

Literary usage of Polariscopes

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1. The Optical Rotating Power of Organic Substances and Its Practical Applications by Hans Landolt, Otto Schönrock, Paul Lindner (1902)
"Construction of the polariscopes.—Before taking up the description of the special forms of instruments, a short discussion of the requirements in a good ..."

2. NBS Special Publication (1920)
"Adjustment and Standardization of polariscopes. The work of adjusting and standardizing polariscopes and sac- ..."

3. Sugar Analysis: For Cane-sugar and Beet-sugar Houses, Refineries and by Ferdinand Gerhard Wiechmann (1914)
"polariscopes intended for general scientific work are provided with a circular disc, graduated in such a manner that the angle of rotation can be ..."

4. Sugar Analysis: For Refineries, Sugar-houses, Experimental Stations, Etc. by Ferdinand Gerhard Wiechmann (1890)
"polariscopes intended for general scientific work ... polariscopes designed especially for sugar analysis are termed ..."

5. Polarisation of Light by William Spottiswoode (1891)
"DOUBLE REFRACTION—polariscopes. WE next come to the subject of polarisation by double refraction. There are a large number of crystals which have the ..."

6. Hand-book of optics: Illustrated by 158 Engravings on Wood by Dionysius Lardner (1859)
"Instruments called polariscopes adapted for the experimental illustration of the phenomena of polarization, have been constructed in various forms. ..."

7. Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy by Dionysius Lardner (1854)
"Instruments called polariscopes adapted for the experimental illustration of the phenomena of polarization, have been constructed in various forms. ..."

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