Verb(1) expel (gases or odors(2) give off, send forth, or discharge; as of light, heat, or radiation, vapor, etc.(3) express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words
(1) The neutron bombardment transforms certain isotopes of the elements into radioactive species which then emit gamma rays.(2) the atoms emit energy(3) As part of their normal operations, nuclear reactors routinely emit radioactive gases and particles into the air.(4) The headphones emit a sound that cancels out airplane noise.(5) coal-fired power stations continue to emit large quantities of sulfur dioxide(6) At a synchrotron radiation source, electrons emit radiation as they are guided by magnets around a storage ring.(7) The two new atoms then emit gamma radiation as they settle into their new states.(8) Basically when a polished plate is exposed to electromagnetic radiation, it may emit electrons.(9) even the best cars emit carbon dioxide(10) Then as the appointment time approaches, the card will emit a sound as a reminder to the patient.(11) As I tried jumping out of my bed, I heard myself emit a similar sound; was I in pain too?(12) The robots emit various sounds during the mating cycle.(13) And if they did spiral in, electrons would emit electromagnetic radiation, including light, across a continuous range of frequencies.(14) A radioactive source will emit these radiations at various frequencies, depending on its activity and its decay mode.(15) Even though the electron is in constant motion, it does not emit electromagnetic radiation from a stationary state.(16) The fur will begin to twitch toward them and emit crackling sounds.