anisotropic emission


anisotropic emission
анизотропное излучение

emission band — полоса излучения

edge emission — краевое излучение

laser emission — излучение лазера

maser emission — излучение мазера

quantum emission — излучение квантов


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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