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fused junction[¦füzd ′jəŋk·shən]
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In general, fibers produced by electrospinning solutions with low polymer concentration or low viscosity are observed to be flat with fused junction
This fused junction
has a resistance that is temperature-dependent.
The fused junction
between the right and left bones of the lower jaw was especialy strong for a bird, notes Witmer.