scientific instrument

NOUN
  1. an instrument used by scientists
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How To Use scientific instrument In A Sentence

  • The upper shelf contains a celestial globe, and several extremely specialized scientific instruments: quadrants, sundials, and a torquetum (a timepiece and navigational aid).
  • The environment itself will at the same time be measured by about 60 scientific instruments.
  • For Copernicus, this meant gazing at the stars through scientific instruments of his own invention.
  • This was unmeasurable two decades ago (scientific instruments simply were not that accurate) and highly controversial until recent review and empirical confirmation.
  • A photographic business and a scientific instruments department were soon added.
  • Made a substantial financial contribution to the expedition and supplied many of its scientific instruments. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES
  • This is because chemical beam balances are eagerly sought by collectors of scientific instruments.
  • It is a logical fallacy to analogize the embodiment of climate theory and processes (i.e., climate software) as scientific instruments. Climate Science is an Experimental Science | Serendipity
  • Industrial machinery, computer and other electronic equipment, chemicals, scientific instruments and transportation equipment lead the export list.
  • While I tried to debug the software and hardware for a scientific instrument next door I heard drilling and hammering.
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