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emit (something) into (something)

To release something into something else. I emitted the fluid into the wound to clean it.
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"...the record does not indicate that he took any action to prevent the resulting heat from being emitted into the atmosphere above his house...Robinson's inaction regarding the heat generated from his marijuana cultivation demonstrates his lack of concern for it.
Scientists estimate that wetlands contribute up to one-half the methane emitted into the atmosphere--a total of between 100 and 200 million metric tons a year.
They account for about one-quarter of the hydrocarbons emitted into the air.
Climate change analysts have estimated that rice paddies contribute about 14 percent of the methane -- a major greenhouse gas -- emitted into the atmosphere by human activities each year.
The new work by Adams' group suggests land vegetation and soils absorb carbon dioxide slowly and can only store a small fraction of the gas emitted into the air each year by human activities, comments Schlesinger in the same issue of NATURE.