infusible


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in·fus·i·ble

 (ĭn-fyo͞o′zə-bəl)
adj.
Suitable for infusion; capable of being infused.

in·fus′i·bil′i·ty, in·fus′i·ble·ness n.

infusible

(ɪnˈfjuːzəbəl)
adj
not fusible; not easily melted; having a high melting point
[C16: from in-1 + fusible]
inˌfusiˈbility, inˈfusibleness n

infusible

(ɪnˈfjuːzəbəl)
adj
capable of being infused
[C17: from infuse + -ible]
inˌfusiˈbility, inˈfusibleness n
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Our cannon must be possessed of great tenacity, great hardness, be infusible by heat, indissoluble, and inoxidable by the corrosive action of acids."
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Another contact lens consideration for patients with binocular vision problems is monovision, thereby allowing one eye to be used for distance viewing and the other eye to be used for near viewing; this allows suppression of the image of one eye at all times to eliminate any binocular vision or diplopia issues, especially in cases where the images are competitive and infusible, while still maintaining adequate visual acuity.
Surprisingly, our findings also suggest that few RA patients with interruptions in Part D biologic use were switching to one of the several infusible Part B biologies that are typically available at low or no out-of-pocket costs due to supplemental insurance coverage.
On the other hand, pristine PPy is insoluble, infusible, brittle, and amorphous due to the rigidity of its molecular chains from the quinoidal and aromatic states.
Tumor resection to growing an appropriate quantity of infusible lymphocytes takes approximately 5-6 weeks [66].
Esto puede atribuirse a la restriccion de la movilidad que sufre el PEAD por el efecto de anadir una carga infusible (PEUAPM).
For this reason, if the outer surface of the apparatus were to consist of layers of a very infusible hard substance with layers of a poor heat conductor between, the surface would not be eroded to any considerable extent, especially as the velocity of the apparatus would not be nearly so great as that of the average meteor.
Tricoci et al., "Rationale and design of Apo-I Event Reduction in Ischemic Syndromes I (AEGIS-I): a phase 2b, randomized, placebo-controlled, dose-ranging trial to investigate the safety and tolerability of CSL112, a reconstituted, infusible, human apoA-I, after acute myocardial infarction," American Heart Journal, vol.
The infusible F level in the cold brew using 50 teabags (each teabag containing 3.5 g of tea) in 3 L of tap water after 20 minutes was 3.2 mg/L, compared to 5.6 mg/L for a single teabag of the same brand left to brew in boiling water for 5 minutes (data not provided).