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Having the power or tendency to emit matter or energy; emitting.
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(ɪˈmɪs ɪv)

1. serving to emit.
2. pertaining to emission.
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He interviewed and filmed the fighters and then worked with Fox Harrell, a professor of digital media and artificial intelligence at MIT, and French partners Camera Lucida, France Televisions Nouvelles Ecritures, and Emissive to bring them to life inside the virtual gallery.
They have the tendency to generate the charges called electrically generated charges upon the application of external voltage and they have the additional advantage of absorbing a fraction of wasted photons (packets of light energy) from the emissive layer to form the excitons and then at the interface of heterojunction separates them into free electrons and holes.
LG OLED is often referred to as the next-generation display technology because it is emissive, meaning that the display emits its own light, eliminating the need for bulky and inefficient backlighting, said a statement.