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hodoscope

hodoscope

noun ho·do·scope \ˈhä-də-ˌskōp, ˈhō-\

Definition of HODOSCOPE

:  an instrument for tracing the paths of ionizing particles by means of ion counters in close array

Origin of HODOSCOPE

Greek hodos road, path + English -scope
First Known Use: circa 1933

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