Scintillascope



scintillascope scin·til·la·scope (sĭn-tĭl’ə-skōp’)
n.
See scintillation counter.

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    verb (used without object), scintillated, scintillating. 1. to emit sparks. 2. to sparkle; flash: a mind that scintillates with brilliance. 3. to twinkle, as the stars. 4. Electronics. (of a spot of light or image on a radar display) to shift rapidly around a mean position. 5. Physics. (of the amplitude, phase, or polarization of […]

  • Scintillating

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