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three-dimensional

, 3D
Of or pert. to three dimensions.

three-dimensional 

Pertaining to depth perception or the illusion of depth (e.g. a perspective drawing).
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Each of these parameters affects the type of LOCOS formation, stress distribution, lift-up nitride mask, lateral oxide under the silicon nitride mask, thin oxide form in the three-dimensional structures.
GEL GEOMETRIES Researchers can also make hydrogel--the material in contact lenses--pop into specified three-dimensional shapes.
When an illuminating light reflects off the recorded interference pattern, you see the three-dimensional image that is the hologram.
To ensure minimum impact on three-dimensional integrated element the local thermal oxidation must take place under conditions which allow the minimum deviation of characteristics of the integrated structures from the designed ones.
In Erdely's words, the folding pattern "mobilizes" the hexagonal array, permitting a flat surface to take on a range of three-dimensional forms.
1) Zella Christine Gholson specialized in the intricate three-dimensional floral needlework that is the hallmark of Brazilian embroidery.
Precise three-dimensional control of the junctions during fabrication is critical for achieving uniformity of the electrical characteristics for the junction stacks and large high-density arrays.
With a better understanding of the corona, Mikic and his colleagaues completed their three-dimensional model.
optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and transmission electron microscopy), it is usually the three-dimensional aspects of the microstructure that have the largest influence on material performance.
In the 1990s, it has touched off a technology race between industry leaders like Apple Computer, Microsoft, Netscape Communications and IBM and dozens of small design firms and software companies intent on profiting from cyberspace by building realistic three-dimensional Internet worlds.
In developing an oil pipeline inspection system designed to specifications provided by industrial and refining partners, 4-D Imaging utilizes a scanner to take three-dimensional images of pipe damage to determine levels of corrosion, pitting and/or gouging.
When it comes to three-dimensional oranges, the kissing number is 12.

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