Though these must be at least as stringent as the EPA plan, SPI expects that many state programs will be even more stringent Some states, for example, have gone beyond the EPA's air toxics list to include acetone, while others have defined a major source as a facility emitting
only 1 TPY of listed pollutant.
The wavelength-shifter contains a cyclic, aromatic group emitting
light in response to the tritium beta particles.
The ARB adopted the first phase of its hot spots program in 1989, as provided in AB 2588 by former Assemblyman Lloyd Connelly, D-Sacramento, requiring the state's 4,100 largest industrial polluters emitting
more than 25 tons of zone-producing pollutants to inventory toxic compounds at their facilities to determine the amount of toxics emitted.
Top emission OLED structures emitting
light away from the substrate are a key feature of future OLED applications.
Headquartered in Blue Bell, PA, CeeLite is the world's first commercial manufacturer of Light Emitting
Capacitor (LEC) technology that is destined to redefine the way light is being used across industries.
Moreover, these new top emitting
LED packages represent a lower-cost alternative to electroluminescent (EL) backlighting, eliminating the need for high voltages and difficulties with high-frequency electrical noise.
While our technology relies on extremely advanced and new principles of physics, the light emitting
devices themselves are simple and easy to make.
is an innovative designer and manufacturer of optical components and vertical cavity surface emitting
laser (VCSEL)-based optical transceivers for high-bandwidth optical systems in rapidly growing data center, enterprise, storage area, and metro networking markets.
The tunable light source is the industry's first OLED demonstration based on three separate, printable polymer inks emitting
in the red, green and blue portion of the spectrum.
The finding that vehicles were emitting
some 61 milligrams of ammonia per kilometer of travel surprised pollution analysts.
The University of Wisconsin analysis was conducted on emissions from a heavy duty diesel engine, emitting
over 100,000 ug/hp-hr of toxic diesel particulates (PM).
A part of aequorin called coelenterazine reacts with oxygen to produce coelenteramide and carbon dioxide, while emitting