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Extending so far that some of the boundaries have no effect. Thus a <b>semi-infinite slab</b> is a horizontal unit of finite thickness bounded by a vertical plane on one side but extending so far in other directions that the boundaries in those directions create no measurable effects. A <b>semi-infinite prism</b> is a vertical prism with a bottom so remote as to not affect measurements. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_M-15|M-15]].
 
Extending so far that some of the boundaries have no effect. Thus a <b>semi-infinite slab</b> is a horizontal unit of finite thickness bounded by a vertical plane on one side but extending so far in other directions that the boundaries in those directions create no measurable effects. A <b>semi-infinite prism</b> is a vertical prism with a bottom so remote as to not affect measurements. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_M-15|M-15]].
 
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Extending so far that some of the boundaries have no effect. Thus a semi-infinite slab is a horizontal unit of finite thickness bounded by a vertical plane on one side but extending so far in other directions that the boundaries in those directions create no measurable effects. A semi-infinite prism is a vertical prism with a bottom so remote as to not affect measurements. See Figure M-15.