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magnetograph

Line breaks: mag¦neto|graph
Pronunciation: /maɡˈniːtəɡrɑːf
 
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Definition of magnetograph in English:

noun

An instrument for recording measurements of magnetic forces.
Example sentences
  • There are two types of magnetographs, the La Cour and the Ruska.
  • A new generation of synoptic magnetographs, coronagraphs, filtergraphs, and spectrometers has been proposed that greatly exceeds in sophistication and power the "patrol" instruments that have sometimes been associated with synoptic observing in the past.

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