emission

emission
1) эмиссия
2) электронная эмиссия
3) излучение
- alpha emission
- alpha-ray emission
- anode emission
- associated corpuscular emission
- autoelectronic emission
- avalanche emission
- avalanching photon emission
- back emission
- beta emission
- beta-ray emission
- Brillouin emission
- cathode emission
- class A0 emission
- class A1 emission
- class A2 emission
- class A3 emission
- class A3A emission
- class A3B emission
- class A3J emission
- class A4 emission
- class A4A emission
- class A5 emission
- class A5C emission
- class A7A emission
- class A9B emission
- class F1 emission
- class F2 emission
- class F3 emission
- class F4 emission
- class F5 emission
- class F6 emission
- class F9 emission
- class P0 emission
- class P1D emission
- class P2D emission
- class P2E emission
- class P3D emission
- class P3E emission
- class P3F emission
- class P3G emission
- class P9 emission
- cold emission
- collisionless emission
- cooperative emission
- corpuscular emission
- cyclotron emission
- deceleration emission
- edge emission
- electron emission
- electron-ion emission
- emission of light
- exoelectron emission
- exoion emission
- extraneous emission
- field emission
- field-enhanced photoelectric emission
- filament emission
- free-field emission
- Frenkel-Poole emission
- gamma emission
- gamma-ray emission
- grid emission
- heat emission
- hole emission
- impurity emission
- induced electron emission
- induced emission
- internal field emission
- intrinsic emission
- ion-ion emission
- isothermal thermionic emission
- laser emission
- luminescent emission
- magnetointernal field emission
- off-frequency emission
- out-of-band emission
- pair emission
- parametric emission
- particle emission
- phosphorescence emission
- photoelectric emission
- photoelectron emission
- photon emission
- photostimulated exoelectron emission
- polarized emission
- positive emission
- positive-ion emission
- positron emission
- primary electron emission
- primary emission
- primary grid emission
- pulse emission
- Raman emission
- Raman-Stokes emission
- resonance emission
- reverse emission
- Schottky emission
- secondary electron emission
- secondary emission
- secondary grid emission
- self-stimulated emission
- sensitized emission
- space-charged limited emission
- specific emission
- spontaneous emission
- spurious emission
- stimulated emission
- stray emission
- surface emission
- synchrotron emission
- telephone emission
- thermal electron emission
- thermally stimulated exoelectron emission
- thermionic emission
- thermionic field emission
- thermionic grid emission
- thermostimulated exoelectron emission
- total emission
- tunnel emission
- unwanted emission
- zero-field emission

The New English-Russian Dictionary of Radio-electronics. . 2005.

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  • Emission — E*mis sion, n. [L. emissio: cf. F. [ e]mission. See {Emit}.] 1. 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… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • émission — ÉMISSION. s. f. Terme didactique. Action par laquelle une chose est poussée au dehors. L émission des rayons du soleil. L odeur est l impression que fait sur nous l émission des corpuscules émanés des corps odorans. [b]f♛/b] On dit en termes de… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

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  • emission — UK US /ɪˈmɪʃən/ noun ENVIRONMENT ► [C, usually plural] an amount of something, especially a gas that harms the environment, that is sent out into the air: emissions of sth »The bill is intended to lower emissions of greenhouse gases.… …   Financial and business terms

  • emission — Emission. s. m. Terme dogmatique. Action par laquelle on pousse quelque chose au dehors. Il se dit principalement des rayons de lumiere. L emission des rayons du Soleil. Quelques uns ont cru que l action de la veuë se faisoit par l emission des… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française


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