electrostatic deflection


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electrostatic deflection

[i‚lek·trə′stad·ik di′flek·shən]
(electronics)
The deflection of an electron beam by means of an electrostatic field produced by electrodes on opposite sides of the beam; used chiefly in cathode-ray tubes for oscilloscopes.
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Additional applications include AC or DC biasing, delta tan testing, dielectric barrier discharge, electrocoalescence, electro-optic modulation, electrospinning, electrostatic deflection, fusion research, insulation breakdown testing, ion beam steering, material characterization (ferroelectrics) and material poling.
The second device is a grating light valve, a MEMS reflection grating producing bright and dark pixels in a display system by controlled diffraction of incident light due to electrostatic deflection of microbeams.
Model 10/40A-HS to be featured at IEEE Plasma Conference for use in Electrostatic Deflection, Material Characterization, Plasma, and Surface Modification Applications

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