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pho·to·li·thog·ra·phy

 (fō′tō-lĭ-thŏg′rə-fē)
n.
A planographic printing process using plates made according to a photographic image.

pho′to·lith′o·graph′ic (-lĭth′ə-grăf′ĭk) adj.
pho′to·lith′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Photolithographic nanoseeding method for selective synthesis of metal-catalysed nanostructures.
The authors focused on the exemplary faults that are caused by the movement of the photolithographic mask, which changes the parametric values of the transistor structure - the length (L) and width (W) of a channel [13].
Cirtemo's patented pattern transfer nanomanufacturing (PTNM) platform can be employed to create customised photolithographic masks with features as small as a few nanometres.
The company explained it replaced the use of contact masks in the development of its Stereax products with a photolithographic method.
Numerous methods have been previously used to produce hydrogels, including photolithographic and micromolding methods, continuous microfluidic approaches, modification of biopolymers, heterogeneous free radical and controlled/living radical polymerizations, and also radiation of aqueous polymer solution [19].
This technology has applications in printed electronics, touch screens, wearable electronics, smart packaging, automotive, biosensors, medical devices, anti-counterfeiting and open defect repair especially for solar cells, integrated circuits, printed circuit boards, multichip modules, and photolithographic masks.
These reactions represent the only known step growth radical-mediated polymerization process, and he has successfully engineered these reactions to utilize this advantage in applications as diverse as dental materials, microdevices, polymer derived ceramics, coatings, and photolithographic materials.
These were more widely obtainable as photolithographic reproductions produced by subscription, with a number still available in public collections across Australia today.
Before the deposition of OLED organic layers, a pixel define layer (PDL) is patterned via a photolithographic process, as shown in Figure 1 [5-8].