Vibroscope

Vi'bro·scope noun 1. An instrument for observing or tracing vibrations. 2. An instrument resembling the phenakistoscope.
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Vibroscope

• (n.) An instrument resembling the phenakistoscope. • (n.) An instrument for observing or tracing vibrations.
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vibroscope

vibroscope An instrument for observing or tracing vibrations.
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Vibroscope

Vibroscope (vibrare `vibrate` + scope) is an instrument for observing and tracing (and sometimes recording) vibration. For example, a primitive mechanical vibroscope consists of a vibrating object with a pointy end which leaves a wave trace on a smoked surface of a rotating cylinder. Vibroscopes are used to study properties of substances. For ex.....
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