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go·ni·om·e·ter

 (gō′nē-ŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
1. An optical instrument for measuring crystal angles, as between crystal faces.
2. A radio receiver and directional antenna used as a system to determine the angular direction of incoming radio signals.

[Greek gōniā, angle; see genu- in Indo-European roots + -meter.]

go′ni·o·met′ric (-nē-ə-mĕt′rĭk), go′ni·o·met′ri·cal adj.
go′ni·om′e·try n.
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Knee range of motion (KROM) was assessed using standard goniometric techniques with the subject in the prone position (Norkin and White, 1995).
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X-ray diffraction spectra were obtained on a diffractometer Philips PW 3710 under the following working condition: CuK[alpha] radiation , 40 kV, 55 mA, goniometric shift 1[degrees].
Careful goniometric study shows that the "prism" actually consists of faces of the true prism {1010}, which are strictly parallel to the c-axis, alternating with faces of a very steep positive rhombohedron such as {36.
Esling, of the University of Metz, for performing the X-ray goniometric texture determination and to Professor J.