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Definition of "collimating" [collimating]

  • Present participle of collimate. (verb)
  • That collimates, or employs collimation (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "collimating" in a sentence
  • "No disasters, but there was apparently a tiny glitch with one of the collimating magnets, which has now been fixed."
  • "You only have this stock, uncomprehending “answer”, you have absolutely no means of discussing how clouds of gas collapse upon themselves, produce intricate and varied magnetic patterns, actually produce the gold, iron, and sulfur gold and pyrite out of hydrogen and helium, and sometimes end up with magnetic forces collimating jets of gas and producing narrow beams of photons."
  • "The first comes directly after the collimating lens and makes all the light circularly polarized."
Words like "collimating"
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