unfused

unfused

(ʌnˈfjuːzd)
adj
not fused
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This condition, known as an unfused circuit, nearly guarantees a house fire in the event of an overload.
Fusing of epiphyses was recorded as unfused, fusing (with the gap between epiphysis and metaphysis open in over 50% of the diameter), and fused.
The team also found the Neanderthal child still had several unfused vertebrae.
The major cones are unfused occlusally and inclined towards the median longitudinal line of the molars.
Furthermore, the company's findings indicated that backlighting problem emerged because of Apple's use of a new unfused display design with no lamination and coating.
The unfused powders from both the Build Chamber and Overflow Chamber were then removed from the machine and combined and then sieved through a 53 micron sieve.
25 ea, transformer, potential, indoor, 5-kilovolt insulation class, 35:1 ratio, 4200 volt, unfused.
Barros (1947) mentions Cyperus species with wing glume unfused with the raquilla and deciduous (C.
3H) and two showed dorsal deficient wall and unfused sacral vertebrae.
Research carried out by Brighton Fuse also showed that 'fused' businesses grow three times faster than unfused businesses.
Research carried out by Brighton Fuse also showed that "fused" businesses grow three times faster than unfused businesses.
Any unfused powder is subsequently removed, which prevents certain architectures, such as those that are hollow and enclosed, from being created.