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EMIT

emit

Etymology: L, emittere, to send out
to give or send out something, such as energy, sound, heat, or radiation.

EMIT

Abbreviation for enzyme-multiplied immunoassay technique.

EMIT

enzyme-multiplied immunoassay technique.

emit

To produce or release something (e.g., light, heat, or sound waves).
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The latest drip irrigation tubing, which is about a half-inch in diameter, has in-line emitters that are, at first glance, invisible.
You could use black polyethylene (drip) tubing, but "then you're wrestling with two things that curl - the emitter lines and the poly tubing," says Tom Bressan of the Urban Farmer Store in San Francisco.
With a compact e-beam emitter installed in-line, printers have the capability of completely curing black, as well as other custom colors and even clear inks, on press at unprecedented speeds, with higher quality, more ink gloss and better adhesion than other energy-curing systems, according to Stack.
The Eq (2) shows that air temperature distribution was effected by both peak wavelength and distance between emitter and drying surface.
According to Marsden president and CEO Gerry Lucidi, "The M2 is an affordable replacement emitter that is backed by the commitment and experience that our company is known for throughout the industry.
Based on planar lightwave circuit (PLC) devices using a 97-km fiber-optic key-transmission field test in a previously built real-world environment, NEC developed a new low-loss interference optical system optimized for use with a single-photon emitter and, using "time-bin coding" optical transmissions(4), an encoding method designed for quantum dots, built a new quantum cryptography system (see Figure 2).
You can use low volume, mini-sprinklers - they snap into polytheylene tubing just like emitters - to water ground covers.
Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture) is setting a goal to realize processing machines using semiconductor- and fiber-laser emitters by March 2015.
He said that smoke emitter vehicles were not only dangerous to the human health but also to the plant life of capital.
By doing so, the probability of emitting multiple photons per one pulse was reduced to one in a million, resulting in the successful creation of a high-purity single-photon emitter having the world's highest performance.
This report details the segmentation of theInfrared Emitter & Receiver Market on the basis of industry vertical, application, and geography and covers all the existing and emerging technologies in the infrared emitter & receiver market.
Combining Natcore's black silicon technology with our groundbreaking selective emitter technology could raise today's commercial solar cell efficiencies to new high levels, while still lowering the cost per watt," says Natcore's Chief Technology Officer, Dr.