coalesce

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coalesce

[‚kō·ə′les]
(science and technology)
To come together to form a whole.
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The two LIGO gravitational wave detectors in Hanford Washington and Livingston Louisiana have caught a second robust signal from two black holes in their final orbits and then their coalescence into a single black hole," a (https://www.
Four patterns of coalescences were observed in foaming of polypropylenes with differing rheological characteristics.
He stresses that Shakespearean coalescences are approximate, problematic, incomplete; characters do not match up to the ideal heroic stature proposed in the theory of Philip Sidney.
Eventually the coalescences produce objects so massive that they become neutron stars, stars in which pressure has crushed atomic nuclei to the point where no structures are left, only a lot of neutrons jammed tightly together.