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
References in classic literature ?
Our cannon must be possessed of great tenacity, great hardness, be infusible by heat, indissoluble, and inoxidable by the corrosive action of acids.
Por eso el nacionalismo particularista podria definirse como el deseo de ser un pueblo infusible.
Clinigen Group's Idis Global Access division has signed a supply and distribution agreement with BioQ Pharma, a ready-to-use infusible products developer.
However, it is a time-consuming step involving to convert PAN precursors into an infusible, nonflammable fibers by heating in air at 200-300[degrees]C [5, 6].
The Contractor(S) Shall Have The Capacity To Fill Medications Including But Not Limited To Infusible, Injected And/or Oral Medications.
28) However, it is difficult to use a simple way to obtain superhydrophobicity on thermosetting polymers or FRP surfaces owing to the infusible and insoluble property after curing.
Across large and growing disease states such as HIV, Hepatitis C, Multiple Sclerosis, Pulmonary Hypertension, Rheumatoid Arthritis, IBD, Crohn's, Psoriasis and multiple types of cancers, drugs in oral formulations are set to launch and compete with standards of care defined by infusible and injectable products administered in hospitals or clinics.
The market is expanding through a growing bio-pharmaceutical pipeline of infusible and injectable medications, an aging population that requires additional healthcare services and the country's need to find more affordable care alternatives, the company said.
39) Different forms of platelet substitute are now under developmental stage including infusible platelet membranes (IPM), thrombospheres, and lyophilized human platelets.
In fact, many natural polymers such as carbohydrates are infusible, lack thermal stability, and exhibit rather narrow molar mass distribution, thus impairing polymer melt-processing.
Aromatic polyoxadiazoles are known for their excellent thermal resistance and good hydrolytic stability; they have rigid molecules due to the delocalization of [pi]-electrons, which makes them insolublein organic solvents and infusible, and therefore their processing and practical use is very limited [8].
Synthetic resins are solutions of multimolecular organic oligomers with a relatively small molecular mass, and when hardening, they turn into insoluble and infusible polymers with dimensional structures.