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fusion (fy¡´zhen) noun
1.The act or procedure of liquefying or melting by the application of heat.
2.The liquid or melted state induced by heat.
3.a. The merging of different elements into a union: fusion of metals in an alloy; the difficult fusion of conflicting factions. b. A union resulting from fusing: A fusion of religion and politics emerged.
4.Physics. A nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy.
5.Music. Jazz-rock.

[Latin fúsio, fúsion-, from fúsus, past participle of fundere, to melt.]


fusionism (fy¡´zhe-nîz´em) noun
The theory or practice of forming coalitions, especially of political groups or factions.
- fu´sionist noun


Fusion, change of a substance from solid to liquid. Fusion is the same as melting, but the term fusion is usually applied to substances such as metals that become liquid at high temperatures. When a substance is at its fusing temperature, it absorbs additional heat, called the heat of fusion, as it changes to a liquid without raising its temperature.

Thermonuclear fusion occurs in stars, including the internal linksun, and is the source of their heat and internal linklight.

Arthur C. Clarke - 1990

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George Miley, who received the Edward Teller medal for innovative research in hot fusion and has edited _Fusion Technology_ magazine for the American Nuclear Society for more than 15 years: "There's very strong evidence that low-energy nuclearreactions do occur. Numerous experiments have shown definitive results - as do my own."

John Bockris, formerly a distinguished professor in physical chemistry at Texas A&M University and a cofounder of theInternational Society for Electrochemistry: "Nuclear reactions can occur without high temperatures. Low-energy nucleartransformations can - and do - exist."

Michael McKubre, director of the Energy Research Center at SRI International: "I am absolutely certain there is unexplained heat, and the most likely explanation is that its origin is nuclear."

internal linkArthur C. Clarkeinternal linkscience fiction writer, futurist, and funder of internal link_Infinite Energy magazine: "It seems very promising to me that nuclear reactions may occur at room temperatures. I'm quite convinced there's something in this."

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syndactyly (sîn-dàk´te-lê) or  syndactylism (-te-lîz´em) noun
1. The condition of having two or more fused digits, as occurs normally in certain mammals and birds.
2. A congenital internal linkanomaly in human beings characterized by two or more fused fingers or toes.

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The term fusion is often used as shorthand for nuclear fusion, but it is also a general term describing the merging of two or more entities into a single entity. The term "heat of fusion" describes the additional heat energy that is required to convert a solid that is already at its melting point into a liquid at the same temperature.

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