ATP provides the energy to excite the electrons, and luciferin is one of the relatively rare molecules that gives off energy as light rather than heat.
Her fear, her attempts to resist him only excite his lust.
Alkaline phosphatase-labeled complexes react with the substrate creating a chemical reaction and a source of energy to excite the dioxetane substrate.
Heat is one example; if the sample is heated, thermal energy will excite some electrons up into the Conduction Band.
The center also activates the autonomic motor nerve cells in the cranial nerve nuclei that excite peristalsis in the smooth muscle of the distal esophageal body and relax the lower esophageal sphincter.
Holmes only chooses subjects that excite his curiosity and sympathy as well as his literary admiration.
the ability to excite interest in others
don't excite him too much
MRI relies on electromagnetic energy to excite water molecules in the brain to create an anatomical map of the brain.
Now, when this wavefront hits a material, some of the wavelets will hit atoms and excite electrons to a higher energy state.