Emission may refer to: Emission of chemical products: Emission of air pollutants,
notably: Flue gas, gas exiting to the atmosphere via a flue; Exhaust gas, flue ...
Emission definition, an act or instance of emitting: the emission of poisonous
fumes. See more.
Define emission: the act of producing or sending out something (such as energy
or gas) from a source — emission in a sentence.
An emission is something that's been released or emitted into the world. Car
exhaust, burps, and radio broadcasts are all examples of emissions.
emission meaning, definition, what is emission: the act of sending out gas, heat,
light, etc.: . Learn more.
Definition of emission: Pollution (including noise, heat, and radiation) discharged
into the atmosphere by residential, commercial, and industrial facilities.
First attested in 1607. From Middle French émission, from Latin ēmissiō (“
sending forth”), from ēmittō (“send out”), from ex (“from, out of”) + mittō (“send”)
Aug 9, 2016 ... Global GHG emissions by gas: 65% is from carbon dioxide fossil fuel use and
Source: IPCC (2014) Exit based on global emissions from 2010.
A substance discharged into the air, as by an internal combustion engine. [Latin
ēmissiō, ēmissiōn-, a sending out, from ēmissus, past participle of ēmittere, ...
Oct 6, 2016 ... Pie chart of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by economic sector in 2014. 30
percent Total Emissions in 2014 = 6,870 Million Metric Tons of ...