Hol`o*crys"tal*line (?), a. [Holo + crystalline.] Min.

Completely crystalline; -- said of a rock like granite, all the constituents of which are crystalline.

<-- hologram. n. a photographic image giving the observer a seemingly three-dimensional view of the represented object. The three-dimensional effect is produced by exposing a photographic recording medium to an interference pattern generated by a coherent beam of light (as from a laser) reflected from the subject, interacting with a beam directly from the source. The full three-dimensional effect requires illumination of the image with coherent light, but less perfect three-dimensional effects may also be observed when the hologram is illuminated with white light. -->


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