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1. The act of resounding; the quality or state of being resonant.

2. (Science: physics) A prolongation or increase of any sound, eithar by reflection, as in a cavern or apartment the walls of which are not distant enough to return a distinct echo, or by the production of vibrations in other bodies, as a sounding-board, or the bodies of musical instruments.

3. (Science: chest medicine, physiology) pulmonary resonance, the sound transmitted to the ear when auscultation is made while the patient is speaking.

Origin: Cf. F. Resonance, L. Resonantia an echo.

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Re: Want to do NMR data analysis ....

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a physical phenomenon in which nuclei in a magnetic field absorb and re-emit electromagnetic radiation. This energy is at a specific resonance frequency which depends on the strength of the magnetic ...

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Re: Resonance transfer

Once case of resonance transfer is when an electron in an excited state drops to a more stable state and passes the energy to another electron, exciting that electron to a higher-energy state. An example of this with relevance to ...

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by jonmoulton
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Resonance transfer

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Questions about the nervous system

... system works by electrodes in cells bumping up against one another, and in the eyes and ears they do this a lot! It's called visual and auditory resonance. In the sympathetic nervous system these electrodes get along really well because they have an inherent empathic resonance. Copy and paste ...

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Wed Dec 28, 2011 5:24 pm
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Topic: Questions about the nervous system
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Why are leaves green?

... meens that lots of non-photosynthesizing pigments surround a active photo-center. Energy is caried over from one pigment to another by inductive resonance till it reaches the photo-center. For this to happen there needs to be a decline in energy levels from example Carotenoids to Chlorophyll ...

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Sat Jun 11, 2011 2:45 pm
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Topic: Why are leaves green?
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