Shadow mask

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shadow mask

(Science: microscopy) Also aperture mask. In colour video monitors, a finely perforated or striped metal plate that is located between the three electron guns and the phosphor screen. The mask ensures that the electron beams carrying the R, G, and B signals land on the corresponding phosphors at every point in the picture.

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