Derived Formsdichroscopic (ˌdaɪkrəˈskɒpɪk), dichroiscopic or dichrooscopic, adjective
Word Origin for dichroscope
Examples from the Web for dichroscope
The emerald is dichroic, giving in the dichroscope a bluish-green and a yellowish-green image.
The difference was so marked as to be easily seen without the dichroscope.
The dichroscope also serves to detect the false character of doublets and paste imitations, as neither shows dichroism.
The use of a dichroscope would have saved them that error, for the stone is singly refracting.
The stone was therefore inspected with the dichroscope and found to possess no dichroism.