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spectroscope definitions

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

n
1: an optical instrument for spectrographic analysis [syn: spectroscope, prism spectroscope]

Merriam Webster's

noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1861 an instrument for forming and examining spectra especially in the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum spectroscopic adjective spectroscopically adverb spectroscopist noun

Oxford Reference Dictionary

n. an instrument for producing and recording spectra for examination. Derivatives: spectroscopic adj. spectroscopical adj. spectroscopist n. spectroscopy n. Etymology: G Spektroskop or F spectroscope (as SPECTRO-, -SCOPE)

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Spectroscope Spec"tro*scope, n. [Spectrum + -scope.] (Physics) An optical instrument for forming and examining spectra (as that of solar light, or those produced by flames in which different substances are volatilized), so as to determine, from the position of the spectral lines, the composition of the substance.

Moby Thesaurus

Cassegrainian telescope, Newtonian telescope, OAO, OSO, astronomical observatory, astronomical telescope, chromatoscope, coelostat, coronagraph, coronograph, heliostat, kaleidoscope, observatory, orrery, oscilloscope, periscope, planetarium, radar telescope, radio observatory, radio telescope, reflector, refractor, spectrograph, spectroheliograph, spectrohelioscope, stereoscope, telescope



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