Electron-optics



noun, (used with a singular verb)
1.
the study and use of the physical and optical properties of beams of electrons under the influence of electric or magnetic fields.
noun
1.
(functioning as sing) the study and use of beams of electrons and of their deflection and focusing by electric and magnetic fields

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