Dynameter

Definition of Dynameter

Dy`nam´e`ter
n.1.A dynamometer.
2.(Opt.) An instrument for determining the magnifying power of telescopes, consisting usually of a doubleimage micrometer applied to the eye end of a telescope for measuring accurately the diameter of the image of the object glass there formed; which measurement, compared with the actual diameter of the glass, gives the magnifying power.
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