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  • Although I guess it could de-excite in steps, but my guess is that whatever the excitation was is also most likely to be the major re-emission.

    Feedback in Collins et al 2006 « Climate Audit

  • Professor Jay Rosen: Lowenstein wants to de-excite us.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Thousands of years of human development has shown that this knowledge lies within and the most effective way to contact this is to be able to de-excite and experience our consciousness in its most settled state.

    Environment news, comment and analysis from the Guardian | guardian.co.uk

  • The system may then de-excite in stages and initiate a reaction that in effect acts as a chemical compass, because the relative proportion of the reaction products can depend on the singlet-triplet oscillation frequency.

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  • The system may then de-excite in stages and initiate a reaction that in effect acts as a chemical compass, because the relative proportion of the reaction products can depend on the singlet-triplet oscillation frequency.

    physicsworld.com: all content

  • The lasers basically excite and de-excite the atoms several trillionths of times per second.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • Ma said, "In this vacuum, the state of each atom - or quantum dot - can be manipulated with color-coded streams of laser pulses that sequentially excite and de-excite it in trillionths of a second.

    The Times of India

  • "In this vacuum, the state of each atom - or quantum dot - can be manipulated with color-coded streams of laser pulses that sequentially excite and de-excite it in trillionths of a second.

    ACM TechNews

  • "In this vacuum, the state of each atom - or quantum dot - can be manipulated with color-coded streams of laser pulses that sequentially excite and de-excite it in trillionths of a second.

    University of Toronto -- News@UofT

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