The production and discharge of something, esp. gas or radiation
the effects of lead emission on health
cuts in carbon dioxide emissions
A thing emitted
choking on the noxious emission
An ejaculation of semen
The action of giving off radiation or particles; a flow of electrons from a cathode-ray tube or other source
the act of emitting; causing to flow forth
discharge: a substance that is emitted or released
the release of electrons from parent atoms
discharge: any of several bodily processes by which substances go out of the body; "the discharge of pus"
the occurrence of a flow of water (as from a pipe)
(emit) expel (gases or odors)
Ejaculation is the ejecting of semen (usually carrying sperm) from the male reproductory tract, and is usually accompanied by orgasm. It is usually the final stage and natural objective of sexual stimulation, and an essential component of natural conception. ...
The emission spectrum of a chemical element or chemical compound is the relative intensity of each frequency of electromagnetic radiation emitted by the element's atoms or the compound's molecules when they are returned to a ground state.
Emission is the radiation or radio signal produced or emitted by a radio transmitting station.
(EMIT) Enzyme multiplied immunoassay technique, or EMIT, is a common method for screening urine and blood for drugs, both legal or illicit. First introduced by Syva Company in 1973, it is the first homogeneous immunoassay to be widely used commercially.
(Emit(video game)) Emit is a video game released for the Super Famicom in 1995. It is a sound novel game. The game comes in 3 volumes, each with its own cartridge and an audio CD.
Something that is emitted, especially the exhaust from a car; The act of sending or throwing out; the act of sending forth or putting into circulation; issue; as, the emission of light from the sun; the emission of heat from a fire; the issuing of bank notes; That which is sent out, issued, or ...
(emit) To send out or give off
Emissions are particles and gases released into the air as byproducts. There are many types of emissions. Greenhouse gas emissions, for example, contribute to global warming and is not sustainable to the health of the earth.
(Emissions) The release of gases, liquids and/or solids from any process or industry. Liquid emissions are commonly referred to as effluents.
Emissions are the byproducts of combustion. After combustion is complete, water, gases, and carbon are released through the car's exhaust system as emissions.
(Emissions) Waste substances released into the air or water.
(Emissions) Unburned gases and particles as a result of incomplete combustion.
(Emissions) The products generated by the combustion process of the engine. Generally used in reference to legislated pollutants. Typical emissions include, particulate matter (PM), nitrogen oxides (NOX), carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons (HC).
(Emissions) Oxyvital equipment produces zero hazardous emissions.
(Emissions) The release of a substance (usually a gas when referring to the subject of climate change) into the atmosphere.
(EMISSIONS) The combustion of fuel leads to the emission of exhaust gases that may be regarded as pollutants. Water and CO2 are not included in this category but CO, NOx and hydrocarbons are subject to legislative control. ...
(EMISSIONS) Gaseous or liquid leakage given off by a piece of equipment. This usually refers to volatile organic hydrocarbons monitored by government agencies. It is typically expressed in parts per million volumetric (ppmv, or simply ppm).
(Emissions) Chemicals in exhaust gases that are harmful to air quality
(Emissions) Electromagnetic radiation emitted into the atmosphere from the power supply. Conducted is that energy sent down the AC line cord; radiated is sent into the air. ...