excitation

[ UK /ɛksɪtˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌɛksaɪˈteɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland
  2. something that agitates and arouses
    he looked forward to the excitements of the day
  3. the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up
    he tried to calm those who were in a state of extreme inflammation
    his face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled
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How To Use excitation In A Sentence

  • The laser beam for Raman excitation was focused to a static diffraction limited spot in the center of the focal plane.
  • We can modulate the detector at the same frequency as the excitation for homodyne detection - or at a slightly different frequency for heterodyne detection.
  • The structure, emission spectrum and excitation spectrum of the phosphor were measured.
  • Perhaps his nerve is naturally too dull to admit of any excitation.
  • Intoxication with atropine or hyoscyamine is characterized by psychic excitation often combined with panic and hallucination. Natural Highs Frequently Asked Questions by Vince Cavasin
  • Light resulting from the laser excitation of fluorochromed cells is detected by photosensors and converted into a set of digital values.
  • Nausea can also be of central origin, arising from direct excitation of medullary receptors by systemic toxins.
  • Intelligence in fiction, then, is usually conceived as a variety of Aristotelian dianoia:Under Thought dianoia is included every effect which has to be produced by speech, the subdivisions being: proof and refutation; the excitation of the feelings, such as pity, fear, anger, and the like; the suggestion of importance or its opposite. Plot and thought
  • Sony and the Max-Planck-Institute in Germany created some of the first transparent displays that rendered moving images, and they did it through the chemical process of photoexcitation. Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets
  • Theoretical models based on current injection membranes predict that excitation will occur for currents of all strengths once a threshold is exceeded.
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