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Wolaston-type Reflecting Goniometer
Wolaston-type Reflecting Goniometer, By J. Duboscq
The Goniometer is an instrument for measuring the angles of crystals by observing the direction of a beam of light reflected from their face. The instrument was invented by W.H. Wollaston in 1807.

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Photograph courtesy of Charles Barry, SCU
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