发出, 放射, 散发, 发行, 吐露
With Hubble's help, Shull and his team detected a specific wavelength of UV light emitted from distant quasars about 11 billion years ago.
It was clearly established there was a maximum energy to the emitted electrons but its value was not well known.
Replacement A string that is emitted in a decoding operation in place of an input byte sequence that cannot be decoded.
Passes a string to a decoding operation that is emitted instead of an output character because an input byte sequence cannot be decoded.
Australia is preparing to introduce technology that allows algae to capture half or more of the greenhouse gases emitted by a power station.
When we breathe in radon, the alpha particles emitted in the decay process will cause damage to our lung tissue.
A process of rock alteration or mineral formation brought about by the action of gases emitted from solidifying magma.
The brightness or luminance of an object is defined as the luminous flux emitted per unit area of the object into unit solid angle.
A stream of particles or electromagnetic waves emitted by the atoms and molecules of a radioactive substance as a result of nuclear decay.
If the universe has a ball-like geometry, light emitted will diverge and eventually converge back to the point of origin.
Burning biomass is seen as "carbon neutral" as the material is regrown, allowing the carbon emitted during combustion to be reabsorbed.
We can deduce the existence of a black hole by measuring the strength and variation of the X-ray emitted by this hot gas.
He emitted a laboured breath, as if the scene were getting rather oppressive to his heart, or to his conscience, or to his gentility .
A carbon tariff would be a tax levied on imported goods proportional to the carbon emitted in the manufacture of those goods.
As space tourism increases, the soot and carbon dioxide emitted from rockets will contribute to climate change, new computer models predict.
We don't notice and don't notice that we don't notice the toxic molecules emitted by a carpet or by the fabric on the seats.
Provided that the gas emitted will not cause danger on account of its toxicity, its flammability, the quantity released, ETC.
Cesium-137, with a half-life of 30 years, is another dangerous substance emitted in a full-scale nuclear meltdown.
Perplexed, they decided that the lines were not emitted by the commonplace OH molecule but an unknown substance.
Indicates that the compiler should generate an error message when a field, property, event, method, or parameter is emitted out of order.
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