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isochronism [29.11.2021 11:04]
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 ====== Isochronism ====== ====== Isochronism ======
  
-Isochronism** is the property of oscillating systems (here: of mechanical watches) to perform small and large oscillations always in the same period of time, independent of the amplitude.+**Isochronism** is the property of oscillating systems (here: of mechanical watches) to perform small and large oscillations always in the same period of time, independent of the amplitude.
  
 This property guarantees a constant [[rate]] and thus the [[accuracy]] of the [[watch]]. This property guarantees a constant [[rate]] and thus the [[accuracy]] of the [[watch]].
  
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isochronism.txt · Last modified: 29.11.2021 11:04 by gerdlothar

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