Exposure describes the process of allowing radiation to interact with some areas of a photoresist layer while blocking the radiation from reaching other areas of photoresist.

See also:
"Exposure" is in the HS Code "9027.40"
  - - Exposure meters

Ref: 120789/2006-10-06

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Acute Exposure (An Acute Exposure is a single exposure to a ...)
roof exposure (The act of exposing or laying open, setting forth ...)
exposure therapy (exposure therapy a type of treatment that ...)

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