A type of computerized display which consists of a single layer of data; individual elements cannot be manipulated.


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PLASTER COAT

A thin layer of plaster lining walls in buildings.

PIN DIODE

A diode consisting of a silicon wafer containing nearly equal p-type and ntype impurities, with additional p-type impurities diffused from one side and additional n-type impurities from the other side; this leaves a lightly doped intrinsic layer in the middle, to act as a dielectric barrier between the n-type and p-type regions. Also known as power diode.

OXIDE ISOLATION

Isolation of the elements of an integrated circuit by forming a layer of silicon oxide around each element.

OVERSITE CONCRETE

A layer of concrete that is installed below a slab or other type of floor surface.

NPN SEMICONDUCTOR

Double junction formed by sandwiching a thin layer of p-type material between two layers of n-type material of a semiconductor.

NIGRE

Dark-colored layer formed between neat soap and lye during soap manufacture; contains more soap than lye, and a high concentration of salts and colored impurities.

MUD CAKE

A caked layer of clay adhering to the walls of a well or borehole, formed where the water in the drilling mud filtered into a porous formation during rotary drilling. Also known as filter cake.

METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTOR

A field-effect transistor having a gate that is insulated from the semiconductor substrate by a thin layer of silicon dioxide. Abbreviated MOSFET; MOST; MOS transistor. Formerly known as insulated-gate field-effect transistor (IGFET).

MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

Curing concrete, especially in pavements, by spraying a liquid material over the surface to form a solid, impervious layer which holds the mixing water in the concrete. Also known as membrane curing.

ISOTHERMAL LAYER

A layer of fluid, all points of which have the same temperature.

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