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fusing

In electrophotography, making the toner adhere permanently to the paper. Heat fusing melts the toner, which is pressed into the paper. Cold fusing presses the toner into the paper without applying any heat. Flash fusing melts the toner with light, and no heat or pressure is used. The latter is more flexible with all types of media.
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During fusing, the sculptor should try to join pieces where natural curves or existing lines will help mask the joint.
The downside of fusing is that one sea squirt can parasitize the other, essentially taking over its body by means of mobile stem cells, which transplant themselves between the fused individuals through the shared circulatory system.
Though the fusing atoms release only a tiny fraction of the energy used to run the reaction, the scientists say their work opens "a possible new path to fusion power.