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emit (something) from (something)

To release something. The heater seems to be emitting some strange odors from its motor—I think we should evacuate the building.
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Their success was attributed to the value-for-money offerings and brand awareness, but what people don't know is the radiation emitted from the phones when they are placed on ear.
Furthermore, a part of blue light emitted from DPVBi (I) is absorbed by Rubrene molecular, leading to the reduction in emission peak of DPVBi (I).
As light is emitted from a source, it is spread out uniformly over a sphere of area 4[pi][d.sup.2].
Washington, Feb 12 (ANI): A new study by researches at Queensland University of Technology has revealed the identity and origin of tiny, potentially hazardous particles emitted from common laser printers.
These blue and red shifts broaden the spectrum of X rays emitted from the iron atoms in the accretion disk.
The electron emitted from a polarized neutron and scattered from an analyzing foil is tracked by a system of two multiwire gas chambers and stops in the plastic scintillator.
They said the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), in the first government survey of its kind, found that an average of 78.4 kilograms of CO2 is emitted from 28 liters of gasoline, including the amount emitted in the process of drilling for the fuel.
Blue laser light with a wavelength of 399 nanometers is emitted from the upper surface when light strikes the bottom of the chip.
However, a thermal imager can detect infrared radiation emitted from an object and convert its readings into a two-dimensional, black-and-white picture.
"The mass balance method also was not practical because fumes emitted from the sources were created as a by-product of the outgassing from hot castings or the pouring of hot metal into the molds.
Now, researchers have measured several pollutants in smoke emitted from mosquito coils.
Light emitted from the gas grows dimmer because the black hole's gravity shifts the light to longer and longer wavelengths, so the radiation vanishes from view before it actually reaches the event horizon.
Jonker of the University of Amsterdam and Mariano Mendez, now at the National University of La Plata in Argentina, used NASA's Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer to examine X rays emitted from three neutron stars.
While X rays originate from electronic transitions outside an atom's nucleus, gamma rays are emitted from the nucleus during radioactive decay.
The researchers aimed photons at the dendrimers and counted the number absorbed by the outside layer and the number emitted from the core.