Stauroscope

Stau'ro·scope noun [ Greek ... a cross + -scope .] (Crystallog.) An optical instrument used in determining the position of the planes of light-vibration in sections of crystals.
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Stauroscope

• (n.) An optical instrument used in determining the position of the planes of light-vibration in sections of crystals.
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stauroscope

stauroscope An instrument for determining the position of the planes of vibrations in crystals.
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stauroscope

instrument for studying structure of crystals with polarised light
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Stauroscope

A stauroscope is an optical instrument used in determining the position of the planes of light-vibration in sections of crystals. The word comes from Greek for cross + scope. It was invented by Wolfgang Franz von Kobell in 1855. ...
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