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spectropolarimeter

[ spek-troh-poh-luh-rim-i-ter ]
/ ˌspɛk troʊˌpoʊ ləˈrɪm ɪ tər /
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noun Optics.
an instrument for determining the extent to which plane-polarized light of various wavelengths is rotated by certain solutions, consisting of a combination of a spectroscope and a polarimeter.
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