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

    a reaction in which at least one heavier, more stable nucleus is produced from two lighter, less stable nuclei. Reactions of this type are responsible for the release of energy in stars or in thermonuclear weapons.
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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 ...
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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...
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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

    • (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

    <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

    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

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

    (music) In music, a combination of styles; the term usually refers to jazz-rock fusion. Jazz trumpeter Miles Davis began to draw on rock music in the late 1960s, and jazz-rock fusion flourished in the 1970s with bands such as Weather Report (formed in 1970 in the USA) and musicians...
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    fusion

    (physics) In physics, the fusing of the nuclei of light elements, such as hydrogen, into those of a heavier element, such as helium. The resultant loss in their combined mass is converted into energy. Stars and thermonuclear weapons are powered by nuclear fusion. Nuclear fusion takes place in ...
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    Fusion

    [ARCTIC components] Fusion (ARCTIC) is the branding name in which ARCTIC (formally Arctic Cooling) uses to name a certain line of products. These products include the Fusion 550- EU, Fusion 550RF, Fusion 550R, Fusion 550F and Fusion 1TB (external hard drive). As ARCTIC is more famous for its cooling products like the Freezer (CPU Cooling) s...
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    Fusion

    [computer game] ===Letharia vulpina=== Category:Featured picture nominations Category:Featured picture nominations/February 2009 ...
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    Fusion

    [music] Games made by the Milton Bradley Company or under the Milton Bradley brand during its present incarnation as part of Hasbro. ...
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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

    [student movement] Fusion is a Christian charity that serves, supports and resources students in the United Kingdom and United States. It works across all denominations to develop joined up thinking and action for Christian mission by and among students. Structures and local arrangements vary, but in the US Fusion primarily uses small group...
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    Fusion

    [TV channel] Fusion is an American digital cable and satellite television network that is a joint venture between the Disney-ABC Television Group subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company and Univision Communications, and relies in part on the resources of their respective news divisions, ABC News and Noticias Univision. In addition to conventi...
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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

    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

    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

    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

    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 ...
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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

    Fusion is the conversion of a solid body into the liquid state by direct heat, as distinguished from solution, in which the effect is produced by means of a liquid. It is difficult, however, to draw a line between the two, for the main difference is in the temperature, and when a flux is employed all distinction disappears. The term is specially ap...
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    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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