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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of phosphors

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of phosphors:
a synthetic substance that is fluorescent or phosphorescent; used to coat the screens of cathode ray tubes

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  1. - So the ultimate solution was to have red, green, and blue phosphors for each pixel,
  2. What sorts of phosphors do you use?
  3. Ill grant you that the picture is made up of these groupings of phosphors.
  4. cyan and red-orange phosphors.
  5. A television could be built with cyan and red-orange phosphors and demodulate only the
  6. But the deflecting wires, placed about a half inch behind the phosphors, could push the
  7. phosphors together.
  8. to the mask itself, with only a paltry percentage actually making it through to excite the phosphors
  9. through it and reach the phosphors.
  10. This alone made the phosphors glow more intensely, but the tubes were further helped along by
  11. true by only containing stripes of phosphors.
  12. they were so far behind the phosphors.
  13. bombs and shells of various caliber and purpose including clustering and phosphors bombs
  14. than an incandescent, and the phosphors
  15. magnetic or this electron beam on to any portion on the screen, on the phosphors coated screen.
  16. in terms of the CRT display devices and phosphor coating is the phosphors florescence. Phosphor's
  17. they will go and heat the corresponding red, green and blue phosphors dots on the CRT face
  18. And I could spray it with phosphors.
  19. yielding phosphors for use in screens and visualisation screens for x-
  20. titanium, steel, or aluminum and is coated with cesium iodide phosphors.