Meaning of photolithography

pho•to•li•thog•ra•phy

Pronunciation: (fō"tō-li-thog'ru-fē), [key]
— n.
  1. the technique or art of making photolithographs.
  2. a process whereby integrated and printed circuits are produced by photographing the circuit pattern on a photosensitive substrate and chemically etching away the background.
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