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Synonyms for excitation

intensity of feeling or reaction

Synonyms for excitation

the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up

the neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland

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something that agitates and arouses

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Additional Xenemetrix products will be demonstrated at the ACS event; The X-Calibur, Xenemetrix's powerful 50kV, 50W direct excitation system with a selection of Primary Beam Filters/ Collimators to provide enhanced performance and also presented is the Genius IF - the ultimate sensitive and compact size benchtop which provides monochromatic excitation using the Xenemetrix WAG geometry secondary targets and measures sub ppm detection limits for a wide range of elements.
FRET efficiencies that report on donor-acceptor proximities (without leakage, direct excitation, or background-correction terms) were used for further sorting of species through successive projections on 2-dimensional ES and 3-dimensional E histograms.
The QF600-8-VIS/NIR uses one flat fiber for detection and seven angled fibers that direct excitation energy to the region in front of the detection fiber.
Inevitably, Ottmann's celebration of the haptic, the momentary, and the direct excitation of the viewer attracts him to kindred artworks, so themes take shape, whether he names them or not.
The ability to control the density of immobilization can be used to control the effective refractive index of the organic coatings to allow for direct excitation of the surface chemistry.