cover glass
noun Date: 1881 a piece of very thin glass or plastic used to cover material on a microscope slide

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  • cover glass — dengiamasis stiklas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. cover glass vok. Deckglas, n rus. покровное стекло, n pranc. couvre objet, m; lamelle couvre objet, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • cover glass — cov·er glass kəv ər .glas n a piece of very thin glass used to cover material on a glass microscope slide * * * a thin glass plate used to cover an object for microscopic examination. Written also coverglass …   Medical dictionary

  • cover glass — noun a small and very thin piece of glass used to cover the specimen on a microscope slide • Syn: ↑cover slip • Hypernyms: ↑plate glass, ↑sheet glass • Part Holonyms: ↑slide, ↑microscope slide …   Useful english dictionary

  • cover glass — cov′er glass n. opt a thin, round or square piece of glass used to cover an object mounted on a slide for microscopic observation Also called cov′er slip . • Etymology: 1880–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • cover glass — a thin, round or square piece of glass used to cover an object mounted on a slide for microscopic observation. Also called cover slip. [1880 85] * * * …   Universalium

  • cover glass — /ˈkʌvə glas/ (say kuvuh glahs) noun a thin piece of glass used to cover an object mounted on a slide for microscopic observation …   Australian English dictionary

  • Cover slip — A box of 66 by 24 mm coverslips. A cover slip (bottom) and a microscope slide (top) …   Wikipedia

  • cover slip — noun a small and very thin piece of glass used to cover the specimen on a microscope slide • Syn: ↑cover glass • Hypernyms: ↑plate glass, ↑sheet glass • Part Holonyms: ↑slide, ↑microscope slide * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • cover slip — Micros. See cover glass. [1850 55] * * * …   Universalium

  • Glass-to-metal seal — Glass to metal seals are a very important element of the construction of vacuum tubes, electric discharge tubes, incandescent light bulbs, glass encapsulated semiconductor diodes, reed switches, pressure tight glass windows in metal cases, and… …   Wikipedia

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