Comparison of cyclosporine measurement in whole blood by HPLC, MFPI and EMIT
In a laser, material between two mirrors spontaneously emits
photons, some of which bounce back and stimulate the coordinated emission of vast numbers of photons.
To create a laser that would emit
a broad band of wavelengths, Claire Gmachl, Federico Capasso, and their colleagues at Bell Labs' Lucent Technologies in Murray Hill, N.
One of Litrex's parent companies, Cambridge Display Technology (Nasdaq:OLED) is a pioneer in the development of light emitting polymers (P-OLEDs) which are thin, lightweight and power efficient organic diodes that emit
light when an electric current flows.
A Swedish study now finds a possible explanation: Certain computer monitors emit
a chemical that can cause allergic reactions.
To excite the nucleus, electrons leaping between energy states would have to emit
a million times more energy than they typically do.
The good news, according to this study, is that only 10 percent of cars emit
66 percent of the ammonia.
By detecting gas clouds that emit
little visible light yet teat each weigh as much as several hundred million suns, the team may have found building blocks left over from the formation of the Milky Way and its neighbors, Staveley-Smith says.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 21, 2005 - (JCNN) - Idemitsu Kosan has developed an organic electroluminescence (EL) material with a longer life which emits
blue and green light.
The display itself emits
light and has no need of the backlight required by LCDs, opening the way to thinner, lighter display panels that consume less power.
Through pipes deep in the soil, the catalytic oxidizer pulls up the volatile organic compounds, heats them up to destroy them, then emits
a small portion into the air.
In addition, as their name implies, edge-emitting lasers emit light from the edge of the chip rather than from its surface, creating diffusion in the beam which requires additional complexity to focus.