[ih-mit-er] /ɪˈmɪt ər/

a person or thing that .
Electronics. an electrode on a transistor from which a flow of electrons or holes enters the region between the electrodes.
a person or thing that emits
a radioactive substance that emits radiation: a beta emitter
the region in a transistor in which the charge-carrying holes or electrons originate


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