Excited

  • (adj): In an aroused state.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on excited:

Torque And Speed Of A DC Motor - Torque and Speed of A DC Motor
... different magnetization sources, separately excited field, self-excited field or permanent-field, which are used selectively to control the motor over the mechanical load's range ... Self-excited field motors can be series, shunt, or compound wound connected to the armature ...
STED Microscopy - Problems
... can occur either from excitation into an even higher excited state, or from excitation in the triplet state ... To prevent the excitation of an excited electron into another, higher excited state, the energy of the photon needed to trigger the alternative emission should not ... fluorophores will cause stimulated emission, and not cause the electron to be excited to another, higher energy state ...
Be Excited
... Be Excited Studio album by This Is A Standoff Released 2007 Genre Punk rock Melodic hardcore Skate punk Length 3130 Label Funtime Records This Is A Standoff ...
Shockley–Queisser Limit - Exceeding The Limit - Multiple Exciton Generation
... A related concept is to use semiconductors that generate more than one excited electron per absorbed photon, instead of a single electron at the band edge ... is a process called singlet fission (or singlet exciton fission) by which a singlet excited electron is converted into two triplet excited electrons of lower energy ...
Ambient Ionization - Direct Analysis in Real Time
... helium or nitrogen) that contains long-lived electronically or excited neutral atoms, vibronically excited molecules (or "metastables") ... Excited states are formed in a glow discharge in a chamber through which the gas flows ...

More definitions of "excited":

  • (adj): Of e.g. a molecule; made reactive or more reactive.
    Synonyms: activated

Famous quotes containing the word excited:

    The existence of good bad literature—the fact that one can be amused or excited or even moved by a book that one’s intellect simply refuses to take seriously—is a reminder that art is not the same thing as cerebration.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

    Nearly all the bands are mustered out of service; ours therefore is a novelty. We marched a few miles yesterday on a road where troops have not before marched. It was funny to see the children. I saw our boys running after the music in many a group of clean, bright-looking, excited little fellows.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    I can never get people to understand that poetry is the expression of excited passion, and that there is no such thing as a life of passion any more than a continuous earthquake, or an eternal fever. Besides, who would ever shave themselves in such a state?
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)