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lithographic

Line breaks: litho|graph¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌlɪθəˈɡrafɪk
 
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Definition of lithographic in English:

adjective

Relating to or produced by lithography: lithographic prints
More example sentences
  • The remainder of the exhibition comprised lithographic and intaglio prints, and artists' books made by invited high profile artists.
  • They had to compete with lithographic or photo-mechanical printing techniques and were therefore well executed - sometimes in deluxe printing with such lavish techniques like mica or embossing.
  • The cells, which run on a methanol-water mixture, can be mass-produced using a lithographic process to ‘print’ the metal electrodes and catalysts onto a porous plastic film.

Derivatives

lithographically

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adverb
Example sentences
  • This probably took place on 24 May, for of that day Barrett wrote, ‘At my request and in my presence… he sat for a daguerreotype, which was lithographically reproduced for the volume then in production, published the following month.’
  • Now if we could design things so that each crystallite is located in a specific place - in a lithographically defined place - then we can record on individual crystallites.
  • Once chips are patterned, the materials issues and electrical characteristics of particular lithographically produced structures can dramatically alter chip performance and reliability.

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