spectrograph

[spek-truh-graf, -grahf]
noun
1.
a spectroscope for photographing or producing a representation of a spectrum.

Origin:
1880–85; spectro- + -graph

spectrographer [spek-trog-ruh-fer] , noun
spectrographic [spek-truh-graf-ik] , adjective
spectrographically, adverb
spectrography, noun
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spectrograph (ˈspɛktrəʊˌɡrɑːf, -ˌɡræf)
 
n
See also sound spectrograph a spectroscope or spectrometer that produces a photographic record (spectrogram) of a spectrum
 
spectro'graphic
 
adj
 
spectro'graphically
 
adv
 
spec'trography
 
n

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spectrograph   (spěk'trə-grāf')  Pronunciation Key 
A photograph or computer image of a spectrum produced by a spectroscope. Also called spectrogram. See spectroscope.
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Example sentences
Ultraviolet imaging spectrograph studies the structure of clouds.
The spectrograph that their work produces can be seen in the image above.
The control program for the camera and spectrograph is on the top right.
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