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Synonyms for beam

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a large, oblong piece of wood or other material, used especially for construction

a series of particles or waves traveling close together in parallel paths

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to emit a bright light

to curve the lips upward in expressing amusement, pleasure, or happiness

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a signal transmitted along a narrow path

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a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation

(nautical) breadth amidships

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the broad side of a ship

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a gymnastic apparatus used by women gymnasts

smile radiantly

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express with a beaming face or smile

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have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink

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experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion

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s should adjust the mobile equipment to ensure that the primary beam is never directed toward the operator.
496 nm beam at an angle of approximately 104[degrees] with respect to the primary beam.
Among the topics are measuring residual stresses in surface treated stainless steel groove welds, evaluating arc evaporated coatings on rounded surfaces and sharp edged, residual stresses in dissimilar weld joints, the experimental analysis of shot peening on carburized for carbonitrided parts, measuring stress in aluminum using a Gobel mirror as the primary beam optics for an X-ray diffractometer, the thermal fatigue study of hardfaced hot forging tools using numerical analysis and residual stress evaluation, and investigating residual stress distribution in wheel rims using neutron diffraction.
Lowering the primary beam voltage to < 1 keV decreases the penetration depth of the beam (typically 30-40 nm) and accentuates surface features that may otherwise be masked at higher voltages.
The patient should hug the ball against the chest with his or her chin on top of the ball and hands out of the primary beam.
2 m from the moderator is the primary beam shutter, which extends 1.
Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) data were obtained with a KRM-type diffractometer (Kratky collimation; primary beam intensity control with a monitoring channel; evacuation of the sample chamber) in the range of scattering angles 20 from 3[feet] to 5 [degrees] (copper radiation; nickel filtering of the primary beam; step-by-step scanning regime; recording of scattering radiation with a scintillation counter and digital conversion).
In a SEM, these signals come not only from the primary beam imposing upon the sample, but from other interactions within the sample near the surface.
It includes contributions from the primary beam and also the radiation back scattered from the tissue below the surface.
The laser beam passes through a beamsplitter oriented so that the first reflected beam strikes a monitor detector and the primary beam is transmitted to the test meter.
The response of the PET to the ablation process is much more nonlinear than crystallization or melting (11, 12); consequently, the diffracted radiation provides insufficient energy to etch the film surface in the manner of the primary beam.
The instrumental effects related to the use of a polycapillary x-ray lens as primary beam collimator are here studied and the features observed in the measurements modelled via Monte-Carlo ray-tracing.
The greater the applied kVp, the easier it is for the primary beam photons to penetrate the lead apron.
Since the Auger signal is already localized to the particle, there is no need to reduce the primary beam energy.