ionography

ionography

[‚ī·ə′näg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
A type of electrochromatography involving migration of ions.
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2001) Apparatus of fabricating 3 dimensional objects by means of electrophotography, ionography or similar process, US patent 6206672.
Elec-trography (ionography) is most often used in plotters, and the variant ionography in so called intelligent printers.
Ion chromatography and ionography are used to determine the identity and loading per unit area of ionic species residing on the surfaces of bare circuit boards, printed wiring assemblies, and other electronic assembly parts.