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orthiconA television camera tube in which a low-velocity electron beam scans a photoactive mosaic that has been created by an optical image. Once scanned by the electron beam, the electrical storage capacity of the mosaic allows the image to be saved. The...
solid-state imaging systemAn imaging system that uses a mosaic of tiny light-sensitive semiconductors (phototransistors) to produce individual outputs...
chromoendoscopyA technique of using dyes during endoscopy to improve tissue differentiation. Dyes such as methylene blue, Toluidine blue...
mosaic mirrorA large telescope mirror fabricated from several smaller sections.
iconoscopeA camera tube that employs a high-velocity electron beam to scan a photoemissive mosaic and to store electrical charge...
dosage meter
mosaic detector arrayA group of photosensors arranged in a gridlike pattern covering the entire field of view, enabling them to record it all at...
mosaic structureIn a crystal, its subdivision into polyhedral blocks of macroscopic sizes, with discontinuities contained in the lattice...
mosaicOne surface of a nonconducting plate that is coated with many minute particles of photoemissive material that are insulated...
lenticularAn array or mosaic of optical surfaces. May be a number of lenses closely packed to form multiple images or many parallel...
dynamic stare sensorA type of mosaic detector array that combines features of scanning and staring sensors by using a small rapid scanning...
hybrid mosaic on stacked silicon (HYMOSS)A sensor module used in advanced pattern recognition systems, containing signal-processing integrated circuits stacked and...
ideal crystalA crystal that is devoid of any mosaic structure and that can reflect x-rays, relative to the Darwin-Ewald-Prins law.
roentgen (R)An obsolete term once used to describe a unit of radiation dosage.
fluorographic lensA lens having an extremely high aperture and used in the recording of x-ray fluorescent screen images. It often is specially...

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