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collimated

In a straight line. Collimated light beams are parallel rays of light.
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This function T represents the average transmission for light rays that are collimated in one direction.
Biodosimetry involves employing a microorganism for which the UV dose-response curve can be determined accurately in a collimated beam apparatus).
The QXi analyzers use a collimated beam of 13mm to 0.
In contrast, tumoricidal radiation doses delivered by traditional external beam therapy--via a collimated beam of radiation from an external source--typically range between 100 and 120 Gy.
The diode points inward-firing at a reflector that results in a collimated, or cylindrical, beam that harnesses 100 percent of the available light, said a company spokesman.
The transmitter projects a collimated laser reference beam that is captured, upon transmission through the Angle Measuring Prism, by a receiver that is connected to a digital display.
The telecentric lens has collimated profile (episcopic) illumination that matches the aperture of the optics over its entire zoom range.
Working with a laser transmitter that projects a collimated laser reference beam that is captured by a receiver connected to a digital display, the MG-2000 will operate over a range of a few inches up to 80 feet, and provides readings accurate to 0.
For example, in describing how a laser pointer can be used to disable a camera, one guide explains, if redundantly, that it is important to note that "a parallel beam of collimated light does not lose any of its brightness traveling through empty space.
a developer of advanced lasers and Collimated Plasma Lithography (CPL) systems and a provider of semiconductor production and design services, announced recently that its Microelectronics Division has been awarded two new contracts totaling approximately $5 million to enhance the semiconductor fabrication processes installed at the Advanced Reconfigurable Manufacturing for Semiconductors (ARMS) foundry owned and operated by the Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA) in Sacramento, Calif.
The NeXray XR product line complements our line of analytical XRF systems with an optically collimated microbeam ideally suited to the needs of the microelectronics, telecommunications, data storage, and metal finishing industries," stated Thermo NORAN President don McCarthy.