Magnetic-lens



noun
1.
Physics. an electron lens using magnetic fields for focusing an electron beam.
noun
1.
a set of magnets, esp electromagnets, used to focus or defocus a beam of charged particles in an electron microscope, particle accelerator, or similar device

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