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to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

to send out heat, light, or energy

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EMIT cyclosporine assay: development of an application protocol for Technicon AXON System.
The EMIT cyclosporine assay: development of application protocols for the Boehringer Mannheim Hitachi 911 and 917 analyzers.
When excited by laser beams entering from outside the cavity, the atom initially emits photons randomly.
In the new version, however, the researchers varied the quantum wells' thickness from a few atomic layers to a few dozen, causing each well to emit light of a different wavelength.
The stack emits a laser beam because many electrons forced into those wells by the high voltage carry more energy than the wells can accept.
Nuclei that receive large amounts of energy often emit gamma rays.
This allowed him to show that a few cars emit much ammonia, others almost none.
A team of University of Tokyo researchers has developed and demonstrated a prototype laser semiconductor which emits blue light from its surface at room temperature.
The deer's body emits heat energy in the form of invisible infrared rays.
One example consists of polystyrene labeled with tritium that emits beta particles.
Traditional LED lighting sources produce light when a solid-state material emits a photon through a phosphor downconversion material to create white and multi-color light.
Weaver will also report on a new blue PHOLED material system that emits light with a 30% narrower line width of 50 nanometers (nm), as compared to typical values of 75 nm or more.
Because OSRAM's thin-film chip emits light only from its top surface, the resultant high chip luminance can increase the optical system efficiency and reduce the size of optics for lighting applications.
Each type of ion emits light at a specific wavelength, which under tamer conditions would show up as a narrow line in the quasar's spectrum.