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collimate

Etymology: L, collineare, to align
to make parallel.

col·li·mate

(kol'i-māt)
To make parallel.
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When the authors simulate the transmission of collimated rays, the results from Photopia calculation match very well with those calculated from the transmission function of Swift and Smith (1995).
is the originator of Collimated Plasma Lithography, a next-generation lithography (NGL) alternative designed to deliver affordable, sub-100 nanometer chip-making capability in a compact format to the semiconductor industry.
This is one of the most beautiful, best behaved, and most collimated bipolar jets ejected by a stellar source of any sort," comments John F.
It has a finely collimated x-ray beam, 25mm or 50mm field of view, with a fixed opening of 3, 6, or 9 inches and a 12 inch depth.
Transient sources are often accompanied with collimated outflows, namely jets.
Proceeds will be used for development and validation of VytronUS's proprietary Low-Intensity Collimated Ultrasound (LICU) Cardiac Imaging and Ablation System to treat atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias in forthcoming clinical trials.
At the NG-6 end station, the highly collimated cold neutron beam exits the guide through a thin Mg window and travels through 79 cm of air to an aperture that defines the beam diameter.
Gamma knife radiosurgery focuses collimated beams of gamma radiation to target tumors, which later shrink and die.
For these simulators, CAE uses a collimated display, he explained, which is a way of using a mirror and a projection screen to make the rays appear to be parallel from a fixed source.
Quest's patented TeleStar zoom optics offer a telecentric lens with collimated profile (episcopic) illumination that matches the aperture of the optics over its entire zoom range.
SETARAM has developed a system of vacuums and pinhole apertures to create a free collimated beam of supersonic molecules that can then be introduced into a MS system.