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Gasoline Exhaust Emissions Induce Vascular Remodeling Pathways Involved in Atherosclerosis

Electron emission from condensed phase material induced by fast protons

The induced turbulence effect on propagation of radio emission in pulsar magnetospheres

Reprocessed emission from warped accretion discs induced by the Bardeen–Petterson effect

Estimating the crust permeability from fluid-injection-induced seismic emission at the KTB site

Characteristics of ultrasonic acoustic emissions from walnut branches during freeze–thaw-induced embolism formation

Differential cross sections of neutron-induced fragment-emission reactions for a microdosimetry study

Inhaled Diesel Emissions Generated with Cerium Oxide Nanoparticle Fuel Additive Induce Adverse Pulmonary and Systemic Effects

Particle Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE) and Its Applications for Ceramic Analysis

Synergism in the effect of prior jasmonic acid application on herbivore-induced volatile emission by Lima bean plants: transcription of a monoterpene synthase gene and volatile emission

Honing in on phenotypes: comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography of herbivory-induced volatile emissions and novel opportunities for system-level analyses

Gene expression analysis of disabled and re-induced isoprene emission by the tropical tree Ficus septica before and after cold ambient temperature exposure

A High-Resolution Very Large Array Observation of a Protostar in OMC-3: Shock-Induced X-Ray Emission by a Protostellar Jet

Volatile organic compound emissions induced by the aphid Myzus persicae differ among resistant and susceptible peach cultivars and a wild relative

Oak powdery mildew (Erysiphe alphitoides)-induced volatile emissions scale with the degree of infection in Quercus robur

 

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The emission of a photon by an excited atom or molecule induced by an incident photon of suitable energy. The relation between induced emission and spontaneous emission is given by the Einstein coefficients. The process of induced emission is essential for the operation of lasers and masers.

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