coalesce

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When two, or more, pieces of metal are bonded together (usually via welding) by liquefying the places where they are to be bonded, coalescing these liquids, and allowing the coalesced liquid to solidify. At the end of this process the two pieces of metal have become one continuous solid
To join into a single mass or whole

when a thing's own light and the light from something else coalescing into one on bright and smooth surfaces produce a form which yields a perception reversed from the way a thing normally looks.

To form from different pieces or elements

The puddle coalesced from the droplets as they ran together.

{v} to unite, join, grow together, close
If two or more things coalesce, they come together and form a larger group or system. Cities, if unrestricted, tend to coalesce into bigger and bigger conurbations His sporting and political interests coalesced admirably in his writing about climbing. = merge. if objects or ideas coalesce, they combine to form one single group coalesce into/with (coalescere, from co- ( CO-) + alescere )
1. To grow together; fuse.2. To come together so as to form one whole; unite
To form from different elements
To join into a single mass
{f} merge, unite; grow together into one body
To arise from the combination of distinct elements; to unite into a whole
v t (literal objects that are similar) to consolidate the identity of those objects, such that they become the same object See 3 2 1 Compiler Terminology @IGindex{code}
To unite in one body or product; to combine into one body or community; as, vapors coalesce
v t (literal objects that are similar) to consolidate the identity of those objects, such that they become the same object See section Compiler Terminology
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
To grow together; to unite by growth into one body; as, the parts separated by a wound coalesce
A carrier solvent (agueous) that evaporates or absorbs into the substrate from which particles deform and nit together to form a continuous film
To fuse, unite or grow into a mass large enough to fall due to gravity
The process of merging adjacent holes into a single larger hole Sometimes this process is referred to as garbage collection
To combine You can combine up to 20 current SP or PFG openings into one new opening A function in ISIS that has limited application at present Coalescing openings is strictly limited to attaching an opening number to another opening number There is no transfer of opening information
fuse or cause to grow together
To grow or come together; fuse; unite
coalescence
The merging of two segments into one resulting from mutual assimilation
coalescent
Causing coalescence
coalescence
the act or process of coming together so as to form one body, combination, or product
coalesced
past of coalesce
coalesced
joined together into a whole; "United Industries"; "the amalgamated colleges constituted a university"; "a consolidated school"
coalescence
the joining or unifying of liquid films or adhesives
coalescence
The uniting or fusing of metals upon heating
coalescence
The genealogical relations between genes show that all of the extant varieties of a gene must have originated in a single gene; looking from the present to the past, we can say that they descend from a single form to which they coalesce
coalescence
The act or state of growing together, as similar parts; the act of uniting by natural affinity or attraction; the state of being united; union; concretion
coalescence
Liquid particles in suspension that unite to create particles of a greater volume
coalescence
The merging of two water drops into a single larger drop
coalescence
(noun) The act of combining or uniting In ink jet, it usually refers to the recombination of the ink droplets in air before reaching the substrate Frequently a recombination of satellite droplets with the main droplets
coalescence
To grow together; fuse
coalescence
The formation of resinous or polymeric material when water evaporates from an emulsion or a latex system, permitting contact and fusion of adjacent particles; fusing or flowing together of liquid particles
coalescence
The fusing or flowing together of liquid particles This is the curing method for latex coatings
coalescence
the union of diverse things into one body or form or group; the growing together of parts
coalescence
The act of coalescing
coalescence
The merging of two liquid particles into a single particle
coalescence
The evolutionary process viewed backward through time, so that allelic diversity is traced back through mutations to ancestral alleles Coalescent theory can be used to make predictions about effective population sizes, ages and frequencies of alleles, selection, rates of mutation, or time to common ancestry of a set of alleles
coalescence
Merging of the built-up area of villages or towns
coalescence
{i} act or process of merging, uniting; growing together
coalescence
Formation of a single water drop by the union of two or more colliding drops
coalescent
Any agent that causes coalesence
coalescent
{s} of merging or unification
coalescent
Solvent with a high boiling point which, when added to a coating, aids in film formation by temporarily plasticizing (softening) the vehicle system
coalescent
Growing together; cohering, as in the organic cohesion of similar parts; uniting
coalescent
An organic solvent used in latex paints that acts as a temporary plasticizer, to aid in film formation It helps the binder form a continuous film when applied, particularly at the low end of the application temperature range recommended for the coating
coalesces
third-person singular of coalesce
coalescing
present participle of coalesce
coalescing
The separation of mixtures of immiscible fluids, (oil and water) with different specific gravities, can be accomplished due to the fact that small droplets of each pass through the coalescing media to enlarge, thus become larger droplets, then separate out of solution
coalescing
– The evaporation of the chemicals that keep the acrylic resin in a liquid form Once this process is complete, the acrylic forms a hard finish film
coalescing
The flowing or melding together of emulsion particles when a latex paint dries
coalescing
- The evaporation of the chemicals that keep the acrylic resin in a liquid form Once this process is complete, the acrylic forms a hard finish film
coalesce
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