salt screen

salt screen

[′sȯlt ‚skrēn]
(graphic arts)
An intensifying screen consisting of a chemical salt which fluoresces when bombarded by x-rays.
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Discover Screens include an early development polymorph screen for crystalline material, a salt screen for non-crystalline material or when improved solubility or purity is needed, and a crystallization screen for a crystalline form of a noncrystalline material.
The space is punctuated in a temporal manner by the play of light and shadow cast by the sun: Ascension pieces projecting contorted shadows; Perforated Scrolls and Salt Screens osmotically casting intricate shapes throughout the installation; Hands haunting the entrance with their shade-like presence.