fusion

  1. an occurrence that involves the production of a union
  2. a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy
  3. the state of being combined into one body
  4. the merging of adjacent sounds or syllables or words
  5. the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept
  6. correction of an unstable part of the spine......

    fusion

    Joining the membrane of two cells of different origin to create a cell that contains the parent cells' nuclear material. Used in monoclonal antibody technology to make hybridomas fusing an immortal cell (one that divides continuously) and an anti body-producing cell. See monoclonal antibody.

    Fusion

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    Fusion

    [phonetics] In phonetics and historical linguistics, fusion, or coalescence, is the merger of features of two segments into one feature. A common form of fusion is found in the development of nasal vowels, which frequently become phonemic when final nasal consonants are lost from a language. This occurred in French and Portuguese. Compare t...
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    fusion

    A process where nuclei collide so fast they stick together and emit a great deal of energy. In the center of most stars, hydrogen fuses together to form helium. Fusion is so powerful it supports the star's enormous mass from collapsing in on itself, and heats the star so high it glows as the bright object we see today. Scientists here on earth are ...
    Found on http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/lib/glossary.html

    Fusion

    A process in which two or more light nuclei are formed into a heavier Nucleus releasing large amounts of energy. This process can be achieved by using extremely high temperature plasmas and some believe this will eventually lead to a new readily available source of energy.
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    fusion

    [n] - the merging of adjacent sounds or syllables or words 2. [n] - a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy 3. [n] - an occurrence that involves the production of a union 4. [n] - the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept 5. [n]...
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    Fusion

    Data fusion is the process of matching two or more surveys, for example, a survey on television usage and another on product usage. This is done at the individual respondent level to create a single, unified database. From a business perspective, fusion is a way of making the best use of existing marketing information. It is a cost efficient way of...
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    Fusion

    see Arthrodesis
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    Fusion

    The melting together of filler metal and base metal (substrate), or of base metal only, which results in coalescence.
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    Fusion

    Mechanical EngineeringA thorough and complete mixing between the two edges of the base metal to be joined or between the base metal and the filler metal added during welding.PhysicsNuclear Fusion, the combining of light nuclei to form a heavier nucleus.
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    Fusion

    The joining of two small nuclei to form a larger nucleus.
    Found on http://www.chemicalglossary.net/definition/772-Fusion

    fusion

    Fusion is the joining of atomic nuclei to form a larger nucleus. Fusion powers the Sun and stars. It is hoped that we will one day be able to use the energy from hydrogen fusion to provide for our energy needs. Fusion only releases energy for nuclei that are smaller than iron.
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    fusion

    1. Change of state of a substance from a solid to a liquid. 2. The joining together of two atomic nuclei
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    Fusion

    The permanent joining together of two bones which normally articulate upon each other as a joint. Bone is stimlated to grow across the joint space from both sides by removing all cartilage lining the joint and exposing the bleeding inner surface of the bone. These surfaces are then compressed (usually by placing screws across them). This compressio...
    Found on http://www.thefootandankleclinic.com/glossary.htm

    Fusion

    The joining together of two bones.
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    Fusion

    Fu'sion noun [ Latin fusio , from fundere , fusum to pour, melt: confer French fusion . See Fuse , transitive verb , and confer Foison .] 1. The act or operation of melting or rendering fluid by heat; the act of melting togeth...
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    fusion

    <radiobiology> A nuclear reaction in which light atomic nuclei combine to form heavier nuclei, typically accompanied by the release of energy. (See also Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion) ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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    fusion

    optical fusion noun the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept
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    fusion

    noun correction of an unstable part of the spine by joining two or more vertebrae; usually done surgically but sometimes done by traction or immobilization
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    fusion

    (fu┬┤zhәn) the act or process of melting. the merging or coherence of adjacent parts or bodies. the coordination of separate images of the same object in the two eyes into one. the operative formation of an ankylosis or arthrosis. diaphyseal-epiphyseal fusion...
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001

    Fusion

    • (v. t.) The union or blending together of things, as, melted together. • (v. t.) The state of being melted or dissolved by heat; a state of fluidity or flowing in consequence of heat; as, metals in fusion. • (v. t.) The union, or binding together, of adjacent parts or tissues. • (v. t.) The act or operation of melting or rende...
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    fusion

    (from the article `welding`) In fusion welding the flux has a protective role in facilitating a controlled reaction of the metal and then preventing oxidation by forming a ...
    Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/f/72

    Fusion

    The phase transition of a substance passing from the solid to the liquid state; melting. In meteorology, fusion is understood to refer to the melting of ice, which, if the ice is pure and subjected to one standard atmosphere of pressure, takes place at the ice point of 0
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    fusion

    fusion, in physics. 1. The change of a substance from the solid to the liquid state, also known as melting. The heat given up by a unit mass of a substance during fusion is called the latent heat of fusion. See also melting point. 2. The combining of two light atomic nuclei to form a single heavier ...
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