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EMISSION, med. jur. The act by which any matter whatever is thrown from the body; thus it is usual to say, emission of urine, emission of semen, &c.
     2. In cases of rape, when the fact of penetration is proved, it may be left to the jury whether emission did or did not take place. Proof of emission would perhaps be held to be evidence of penetration. Addis. R. 143; 2 So. Car. Const. R. 351; 2 Chitty, Crim. Law, 810; 1 Beck's Med. Jur. 140 1 Russ. C. & M. 560; 1 East, P. C. 437.

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A display based on quantum-dot electro-luminescence (QDEL) technology (Figure 1) will be fully emissive with no backlight, LCD layer, or color filters.
Table 2 describes the assessment of emissive prosody of the children under study.
The charge generation layer used in [1] comprised the multilayers of LiF/C60 (Fullerene Derivative 60) /CuPc (copper phthalocyanine) /Mo[O.sub.3], where C60/CuPc exhibits the organic photovoltaic type behavior and LiF and Mo[O.sub.3] are the interface layers that increase the injection of charge carriers from CGL to the emissive layer.
On this way, a variety of emissive compounds based on Copper (I) phosphine, bidentate-NN' donor ligands and mixed halide-phosphine-NN' complexes have been synthesized [9-13].
The basic structure of an OLED consists of a cathode that injects electrons, an emissive layer, and an anode, which removes electrons.
The sublime plasma technology may be dead, but it's throne is taken over by another capable emissive alternative that is OLED, which fills in the gaps left behind by LED displays.
Available in both OEM and standalone configurations, it is ideal for simple absorbance, fluorescence and emissive color measurements.
* The ability to measure simple absorbance, fluorescence, and emissive color.
However using this same chemical in a highly emissive application, such as spraying, could be very dangerous for workers."
From a technical standpoint, it could be argued that fluorescent technology is easily as arcane, with its mercury vapor pressure, emissive coatings, discharge regions, non-elastic collisions of electrons, cathode and anode fall voltages.
Semeria left Sagem after seven years to join the start-up PixTech as chief architect, working on emissive flat-screen technology.