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16:03 Apr 4, 2003
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Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Japanese term or phrase: ソリテッド
Type of a receptor in an X-ray machine.
It turned into a nice mojibake the previous time I posted it. Let's see if it goes through now.
Katalin Horváth McClure
United States
Local time: 03:31
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3slittedPhilip Ronan
2Soli-TEDShinya Ono


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Soli-TED


Explanation:
Soli-TED (Transmission Electrons Diffraction)

TED is used also for Total Energy Detector, Thales Electron Devices, both related to X-ray.
It's a sheer guess. There is no entry for ソリテッド(except for a chair, etc.) or solited or other likely spellings in Google. Good luck. 




    Soli-TED (Transmission Electrons Diffraction)
Shinya Ono
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1 day19 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5
slitted


Explanation:
Just another guess really, but google found quite a few pages with "x-ray" and "slitted".

Take a look under fig. 2 in the reference below.


    Reference: http://nslsweb.nsls.bnl.gov/nsls/beamlines/home/x28a/X28.htm
Philip Ronan
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