cross-excitation

cross-ex·ci·ta·tion

(kraws'ek'sī-tā'shŭn)
magnetic resonance imaging An artifact created when energy is given to nuclei in adjacent anatomy by the radiofrequency pulse.
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A key challenge for Sun Innovations was to develop the set of RGB materials that can be prepared into transparent forms, and can be selectively excited by three separate wavebands, without cross-excitation.