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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Of, relating to or obtained by the use of an instrument used for examining substances in special light.

Usage examples (12)
  • The polariscopic reading may now be taken, an observation on the 90° control plate having been made immediately before as previously described.
  • There follow a great number of precipitates; the exact volume of liquid in which these are found is determined after two polariscopic observations.
  • It would be very desirable to have an absolute standard set for polariscopic measurements, to which all instruments could be referred, and in the terms of which all such...
  • They consist in weighing out the sugar, dissolving it, clarifying the solution, making it up to standard volume, filtering, filling the observation tube, regulating the... for more
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