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Synonyms for laser

an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation

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Meanwhile, the nature of co-catalysts could also affect the active species [15, 16].
The amount of active species produced is shown in Figure 2 and Table 1, respectively.
The intensive sampling of actinic flux, ozone, water vapor, and other active species will allow constrained photochemical calculation of hydroxyl radical over the TWP, which will lead to a better understanding of the processes that control atmospheric oxidation capacity in the tropical western Pacific.
The results of the conducted research at IASBS have revealed that nano-metric manganese oxides, which are yielded through the decomposition of manganese complexes, act as active species in the water oxidation process.
Of the most active species in this study, Yellow-pine Chipmunks and Deer Mice are often documented as nest predators (Verbeek 1970; Sieving and Wilson 1998; Bradley and Marzulff 2003).
Exposure to some physical, chemical, and biological agents results in the excessive formation of free radicals and non-radical redox active species within the skin.
Due to inductive effect of these groups, a negative center is created for the attack of HOCl and [H.sub.2][O.sup.+]Cl, which is active species of NCSA.
Topics reported include orthokinetic heteroflocculation in papermaking, uptake and release of active species into and from microgel particles, manipulation of DNA by surfactants, particle characterization using electro-acoustic spectroscopy, conditions for the existence of a stable colloidal liquid, and wetting films stabilized by polymeric surfactants.
Dipodomys elator is a nocturnally active species and previous researchers have utilized dim incandescent lighting to observe behavior.
This leads to the formation of active species, such as atomic oxygen, ozone, and free radicals--hydroxyl, superoxide and nitrogen oxides.
During this process a variety of chemically active species called Tree radicals' are generated.