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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reemit.

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Examples

  • The sun, having lots of hot hydrogen, is a prodigious Lyman emitter, and hydrogen scattered throughout the solar system captures and reemits many of these photons, creating a bright fog of radiation at this wavelength.

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  • When a laser is shone on the aptamer, the molecule absorbs light and reemits it with a characteristic spectrum, called its "Raman signal."

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  • When a laser is shone on the aptamer, the molecule absorbs light and reemits it with a characteristic spectrum, called its "Raman signal."

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  • As the electron returns to its original state, the electron reemits the photon it was playing with, says Bloomfield, unchanged.

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  • As the electron returns to its original state, the electron reemits the photon it was playing with, says Bloomfield, unchanged.

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  • CO2 absorbs longwave radiation from the earth (infrared) and then reemits the energy back to earth.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • CO2 absorbs longwave radiation from the earth (infrared) and then reemits the energy back to earth.

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  • CO2 absorbs longwave radiation from the earth (infrared) and then reemits the energy back to earth.

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