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Emission and spectra
Emission spectroscopy developed in the late 19th century and efforts in theoretical explanation of atomic emission spectra eventually led to quantum mechanics.
The spectra of these light toned rocks, containing hydrated sulfates, were similar to spectra taken by the Thermal Emission Spectrometer onboard the Mars Global Surveyor.
The spectra of these light toned rocks, containing hydrated sulfates, were similar to spectra taken by the Thermal Emission Spectrometer onboard the Mars Global Surveyor.
The robotic arm would have placed more samples in a chamber that would heat it and analyze its Emission spectra.
Excitation / Emission spectra of Hoechst dyes.
File: Excitation and Emission of Phycobilisome. png | Excitation and emission spectra of a phycobilisome from a blue-green alga.

Emission and all
* Emission security ( EMSEC ): Protection resulting from all measures taken to deny unauthorized persons information of value which might be derived from intercept and analysis of compromising emanations from crypto-equipment, automated information systems ( computers ), and telecommunications systems.
* LEV ( Low Emission Vehicle ): The least stringent emission standard for all new cars sold in California beyond 2004.
Thus, Earth observation or weather satellite collection platforms, ocean and atmospheric observing weather buoy platforms, monitoring of a pregnancy via ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging ( MRI ), Positron Emission Tomography ( PET ), and space probes are all examples of remote sensing.
VCA are also responsible for the production of the New Car Fuel Consumption and Emission Figures booklet, published annually and available free of charge from all new car dealers, or direct from VCA.
Under schemes such as the European Union Emission Trading Scheme, EU Emission Allowances ( EUA ’ s ), which represent the right to release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, are issued to all the largest polluters.

Emission and other
* Emission spectroscopy, photoemission spectroscopy, flame emission spectroscopy and other types of spectroscopy
Emission can also be induced by other sources of energy such as flames or sparks or electromagnetic radiation in the case of fluorescence.
Interaction with electromagnetic radiation is used in fluorescence spectroscopy, protons or other heavier particles in Particle-Induced X-ray Emission and electrons or X-ray photons in Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy or X-ray fluorescence.
In November 2009, Abbott resigned from shadow ministerial responsibilities due to the Liberal Party's position on the government's Emission Trading Scheme ( ETS ), leading to the resignation of other shadow ministers.
Emission is a yes / no measure, however the other three — energy-level, speed, repetition — comprise possible indications of relative strength.
Emission test results from individual vehicles are in many cases compiled to evaluate the emissions performance of various classes of vehicles, the efficacy of the testing program and of various other emission-related regulations ( such as changes to fuel formulations ) and to model the effects of auto emissions on public health and the environment.
* Gamma camera and other scintillographical methods, such as Positron Emission Tomography ( PET ) and Single-Photon Emission Tomography ( SPECT ), using radioactive tracers in the body
* to develop and implement the European Union Emission Trading Scheme and to promote its links with other carbon trading systems with the ultimate aim of building an international carbon trading market,

Emission and much
A much higher quality DEM from the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer ( ASTER ) instrument of the Terra satellite is also freely available for 99 % of the globe, and represents elevation at a 30 meter resolution.

Emission and lower
Emission spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique which examines the wavelengths of photons emitted by atoms or molecules during their transition from an excited state to a lower energy state.
* SULEV ( Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle ): These vehicles emit substantially lower levels of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen and particulate matter than conventional vehicles.

Emission and .
* 2008 – The London Low Emission Zone ( LEZ ) scheme begins to operate in the UK.
To separate and analyze them, the fluorescent radiation is passed through an Emission monochromator, and observed selectively by a detector.
FIM like Field Emission Microscopy ( FEM ) consists of a sharp sample tip and a fluorescent screen ( now replaced by a multichannel plate ) as the key elements.
As deforestation contributes to global warming, Greenpeace has demanded that REDD ( Reduced Emission from Deforestation and Forest Degradation ) should be included in the climate treaty following the Kyoto treaty.
The term " laser " originated as an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.
Emission can be spontaneous or stimulated.
Emission at a photonic bandgap created by the periodic dielectric structure of the liquid crystal gives a low-threshold high-output device with stable monochromatic emission.
Structured illumination can improve resolution by around two to four times and techniques like stimulated Emission Depletion microscopy are approaching the resolution of electron microscopes.
Detailed Thermal Emission Imaging System | THEMIS daytime infrared image mosaic of Olympus Mons. Olympus Mons lies at the edge of the Tharsis bulge, a vast volcanic plateau that is very ancient.
Stimulated emission was first observed in the microwave region of the electromagnetic spectrum, giving rise to the acronym MASER for Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.
The European Pollutant Emission Register is a type of PRTR providing access to information on the annual emissions of industrial facilities in the Member States of the European Union, as well as Norway.
In the 1990s, researchers began to use Electroencephalography ( EEG ), Positron Emission Tomography ( PET ) and more recently functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging ( fMRI ), which is now the most widely used imaging technique to help localize personality traits in the brain.
Emission spectrum for sodium, showing the Fraunhofer lines | D line.
Emission of soot from a large diesel engine | diesel truck, without particle filters.
* Emission indicates that radiative energy is released by the material.
For greenhouse gases the largest is the European Union Emission Trading Scheme, whose purpose is to avoid dangerous climate change.
NASDAQ OMX Commodities Europe listed a contract to trade offsets generated by a CDM carbon project called Certified Emission Reductions.
* Emission is the unwanted generation of electromagnetic energy by some emitter or source.
The principal source of noise in DFAs is Amplified Spontaneous Emission ( ASE ), which has a spectrum approximately the same as the gain spectrum of the amplifier.
The initial spontaneous emission is therefore amplified in the same manner as the signals, hence the term Amplified Spontaneous Emission.
The European Pollutant Emission Register ( EPER ) showed that in 2004, estimated dioxin emissions from the ILVA plant were responsible for 83 % of Italy's total reported emissions.

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