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emit

something (from something) (into something) to discharge something from something into something else. The snake emitted poison from its fangs into the cup the man held. It emitted venom into the cup from its fangs.
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In reality, emissions are often much lower than the "potential to emit.
If the regional air pollution is termed "Marginal" with respect to Clean Air Act compliance, a "major source" is one that emits 110 tons per year (TPY).
From our results we cannot explain the overt discrepancies between mFPIA and EMIT in renal and cardiac recipients.
EMIT result 7-Aminoflunitrazepam Emit n Median (range), [micro] g/L 0 0 -- -- Negative, but >0 22 130 (80-180) 80 (60-120) Positive 100 350 (200-1000) 180 (60-1400) Emit + results are given as benzodiazepine equivalents with oxazepam as the standard substance.
emWare's EMIT technology is a cost-effective, open software architecture that does not require manufacturers to use proprietary microcontrollers in their devices.
For instance, 5-atom dots emit ultraviolet light, whereas 31-atom clusters emit infrared light, which is at the other end of the spectrum.
The application of AC voltage generates a changing electrical field across the phosphors causing them to emit light.
The new research is "beautiful confirmation" of the notion that trees emit more types of highly reactive VOCs than are generally acknowledged, says Allen H.
Aimed at hospital laboratories requiring cost-effective, large-volume workloads, the new program combines the high through-put of the Olympus AU800 with the precision of EMIT assays -- the broadest menu of assays for therapeutic drug monitoring, drugs-of-abuse testing and thyroid function.
July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Two AT&T Bell Laboratories research teams -- one based at Murray Hill, the other at Holmdel, New Jersey, have reported significant progress in a new field of electronics that uses organic semiconductors to emit light in different colors and to transmit data photonically.
com) will build the first biodiesel plant to emit almost zero net Global Warming Gases (GWG)(CO(2)) from direct plant production of biodiesel.
A material that absorbs strongly at a specific wavelength when cool will emit strongly at that same wavelength when heated.
The simplified rules are expected to save the more than 20,000 small facilities, which emit the lowest amounts of toxics, about $18 million annually, including $3 million a year from local governments and universities.