Rheoscope

Rhe'o┬Ěscope noun [ Greek 'rei^n to flow + -scope .] (Physics) An instrument for detecting the presence or movement of currents, as of electricity.
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rheoscope

<instrument, physics> An instrument for detecting the presence or movement of currents, as of electricity. ... Origin: Gr. To flow + -scope. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Rheoscope

• (n.) An instrument for detecting the presence or movement of currents, as of electricity.
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Rheoscope

A rheoscope is an instrument for detecting or measuring currents, such as fluid currents or electric currents. The word rheoscope as a detector of electrical currents was coined by Sir Charles Wheatstone about 1840 but is no longer used to describe electrical instruments. ...
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