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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An instrument in which are combined a spectroscope and a polariscope, used for determining the amount of optical rotation of media.

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  • noun optics A device for measuring the optical properties of polarized light.


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spectro- +‎ polarimeter


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  • CNRS-Insu France in collaboration with the Research Council of Canada and the University of Hawaii have recently installed a stellar spectropolarimeter on the Bernard Lyot Telescope In France.

    Science Press Releases 2007

  • Circular dichroism measurements were performed on a Jasco 715 spectropolarimeter (Jasco, Tokyo, Japan) using a quartz cuvette with 0.1 cm path length over a wavelength range of 190-250 nm at 25°C.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Shaohui Liu et al. 2010

  • CD spectra were recorded at 20°C in a JASCO J-600 spectropolarimeter using a 0.02 cm pathlength quartz cells with a protein concentration of 1.3 mg ml

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Rhona E. McDonald et al. 2009

  • Using the high-sensitivity NARVAL spectropolarimeter installed at the Bernard-Lyot telescope (Pic du Midi Observatory, France),

    Signs of the Times 2009

  • Far-UV CD spectra were recorded on J-815 spectropolarimeter (JASCO Corporation, Hachioji-shi,

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Garima Khare et al. 2009


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