shadow-casting

shadow-casting

 [shad″o-kast´ing]
application of a coating of gold, chromium, or other metal for the purpose of increasing the visibility of ultramicroscopic specimens under the microscope.

shad·ow-cast·ing

(shad'ō-kast'ing),
Vacuum evaporation and deposition of a film of carbon or metals such as palladium, platinum, or chromium on a contoured microscopic object to allow the object to be seen in relief with the electron microscope or sometimes with the light microscope.

shadow-casting

/shad·ow-cast·ing/ (shad´o-kast″ing) application of a coating of gold, chromium, or other metal to ultramicroscopic structures to increase their visibility under the microscope.

shadow-casting

application of a coating of gold, chromium, or other metal for the purpose of increasing contrast and thereby the visibility of ultramicroscopic specimens under the electron microscope. The heavy metal is evaporated under vacuum and deposited on the surface of the specimen.
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