Verb(1) make an etching of(2) cause to stand out or be clearly defined or visible(3) carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block(4) carve or cut a design or letters into(5) selectively dissolve the surface of (a semiconductor or printed circuit
(1) Until Ishikawa, no one had tried to etch a semiconductor's tiny circuitry onto a curved surface, much less onto a sphere.(2) By using retarding agents of different strengths within the same panel, decorative features can be created by varying the depth of the etch on elements of a pattern or design.(3) The acid also can etch the surface, which increases the water penetration through the face of the joint.(4) ballistic electron emission microscopy is used to etch templates for even smaller circuits(5) Hydrofluoric acid is the only solvent you'll find to etch glass.(6) Jim continued to run his fingers over the artifact, exploring each etch and nick.(7) I could take a screwdriver and etch some very interesting designs on your car, but I doubt you would call me an artist.(8) Sandblasting allows better control of the depth of the etch .(9) The chips are encoded by generating nanometer-thick layers of porous films on the wafers using a special electrochemical etch .(10) acetic acid gives a more selective etch(11) And they could play a role in hyper-accurate gyroscopes or help etch superfast computer chips.(12) It's a simple technique: put the carbon paper where you want your etch , take the line drawing, and use a pen to trace over it.(13) semiconductor production processes such as plasma etch(14) Chip production involves some pretty noxious substances, such as the decidedly nasty hydrofluoric acid used to etch the silicon wafers.(15) These solutions are available from several manufacturers in different strengths to achieve the required depth of etch and a finish that meets the original specification.(16) She uses acid to etch designs into the surface of metal plates, echoing the way that wind and water wear away at stone over time.
1. engrave ::
2. carve ::
3. inscribe ::
4. incise ::
5. chase ::
6. score ::
7. print ::
8. mark ::
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