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Definition of "collimated" [collimated]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of collimate. (verb)
  • Of light beams whose rays are parallel and thus has a plane wavefront (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "collimated" in a sentence
  • "The company is talking about using it for specialized applications: The result is a lamp that produces exceptionally high light output and 'collimated' or very focused white light at a much lower cost than current high pressure metal halide sources."
  • "Previous SPRM/SPRF systems using lasers have exhibited good performance utilizing the highly desirable qualities of laser sources such as collimated output, high power and narrow bandwidth"
  • "In other words, light shining through the atmosphere is a bit diffuse and may not stay collimated."
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