An instrument for measuring angles, especially the angles of crystals, or the inclination of planes.
an instrument used to measure angles. NOTE-Goniometers are frequently used with X-ray diffraction equipment to measure crystal axis angles or for optical angle measurement.
Protractor of 180 degrees with extended arms; used to measure flexibility
A device used for measuring the range of joint movement.
a general-purpose instrument used to measure rotation angles
an AC-powered device intended to evaluate joint function by measuring and recording ranges of motion, acceleration, or forces exerted by a joint
an entry-level tool optimized for contact angle measurement
an instrument that measures angles most accurately
a protractor that may be held in the proximity of the area being measured to provide a means by which to determine degrees of motion
Apparatus for measuring range of motion at a joint. Error rate quite high as there are often problems locating the exact axis of movement, particularly for complex movements.
Instrument that measures crystal angles.
an instrument to measure movement
An instrument used in measuring angles.
A spectrometer or autocollimator used to measure prism angles.
A device to enable an instrument to be moved through a range of view zenith angles relative to a target surface. Most goniometers also have means to adjust the view azimuth angle, thereby allowing the directional properties of the surface to be measured. The term 'goniospectroradiometer' or 'spectrogoniometer' is sometimes used to describe the combination of a goniometer and a spectroradiometer.
simple optical contact angle meter with manual analysis of the drop contour through an eye piece
An instrument for measuring the interfacial angles of a crystal.
An instrument used for measuring geometric angles. See radio direction-finder.
An instrument used to measure joint range of motion.
A goniometer is an instrument that either measures angles or allows an object to be rotated to a precise angular position. The term goniometry is derived from two Greek words, gonia, meaning angle and metron, meaning measure.