impulsive phase

impulsive phase

[im′pəl·siv ‚fāz]
(astrophysics)
The first phase of a solar flare, in which x-radiation rises to a maximum in a few seconds or minutes, and can then vary rapidly for several minutes in bursts of decreasing amplitude with rise times as short as 10 milliseconds.
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b): Impulsive phase control of resonant gain and absorption represents a disruptive key technology rivalling the LASER especially in the hard-x-ray domain, where long-lived population inversion in dense media seems impossible.
You may regret it, when this impulsive phase has passed on Monday morning.
Don't commit to anything that you have not had time to think about You may regret it when this impulsive phase passes.