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electron beam

[i′lek‚trän ‚bēm]
(electronics)
A narrow stream of electrons moving in the same direction, all having about the same velocity.
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electron beam

A stream of electrons, or electricity, that is directed towards a receiving object. See electron beam imaging and electron beam lithography.
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The shape of the penetration channel is described by the function z(x, y), where [[tau].sub.x], [[tau].sub.y] is the electron beam's displacement from its equilibrium position in the penetration channel, and [j.sub.b](x - [[tau].sub.x], y - [[tau].sub.y]) is the electron beam's current density distribution.
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