photolithography

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n photolithography a planographic printing process using plates made from a photographic image
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Photolithography The art or process of producing photolithographs.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n photolithography The art of fixing on the surface of a lithographic stone by the agency of the action of light upon bichromated gelatin combined with albumen, and by other manipulations, an image suitable for reproduction in ink by impression in the manner of an ordinary lithograph; also extended to include processes of similar character in which the transfer is not made to stone; specifically, the process of reproducing in ink any design or picture executed on prepared stone by means of photography, either directly or by transfers from photographs. The process is analogous to several photo-engraving processes executed on metal. See photolithographic process, under photolithographic. Also called lithophotography.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Photolithography fō-tō-li-thog′ra-fi a method by which a photograph in line can be developed with ink so as to be transferred to stone as a lithograph
    • v.t Photolithography to reproduce by this aid
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Usage

In literature:

The development of modern processes of photolithography, photogravure, and etching has revolutionized the note counterfeiting industry.
"Disputed Handwriting" by Jerome B. Lavay
Osborne perfects modern process of Photolithography.
"The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century." by Edward W. Byrn
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In science:

Such a bulk MICROMEGAS is made by lamination of photoresistive film layers on the readout Pr inted Circuit Board (PCB), strongly encapsulating a stretched micro-woven mesh at a fixed distan ce from the PCB, and forming spacer pillars after photolithography .
MICROMEGAS chambers for hadronic calorimetry at a future linear collider
The multi-photon nature of the process naturally delimits the optical microstructure to the immediate vicinity of the focal beam waist, and low-loss waveguides with similar properties to those obtained by drawing doped glasses or by photolithography have been demonstrated.
Photonic Technologies for a Pupil Remapping Interferometer
FIG. 3: The sketch of the superlens set in the photolithography experiment.
Zero-refraction in natural materials and the mechanism of metal superlens
After spin coating the −z sample facet with a 1.3-␮m-thick photoresist film, we defined a 2.0 ␮m period grating with grooves parallel to the y axis of the crystal by way of standard photolithography.
Random quasi-phase-matched second-harmonic generation in periodically poled lithium tantalate
The films were patterned by photolithography.
Testing the Berry phase model for extraordinary Hall effect in SrRuO3
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