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infusible Line breaks: in|fus|ible
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfjuːzɪb(ə)l/

Definition of infusible in English:


(Of a substance) not able to be melted or fused: a white infusible residue
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  • A flux is sometimes used that combines chemically with the infusible materials in the ore to form slag, which floats on top of the metal and can be drawn off.
  • In particular the tags are to be incorrodible and infusible at 2000F.
  • The surface-rigidified cerasome is infusible and the monomeric cerasome complex of DNA is of viral size.

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