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photomask

[′fōd·ō‚mask]
(electronics)
A film or glass negative that has many high-resolution images, used in the production of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits.

photomask

An opaque image on a translucent plate that is used as a light filter to transfer an image from one device to another. See chip.
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The mean number of PCTs per field of reticule in the control group A animals was 17.
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The sight is based on a x6 Steiner optic sight, a quick response laser rangefinder and a ballistic computer, which allows the soldier to obtain, by only pressing one remotely positioned button, the corrected reticule position and hence the accurate aiming spot.
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The illuminated reticule has a 360o protractor scale at the edge of the field and a linear scale across the centre.