Fusion may refer to:
- the merging of two or more entities into a single one
- For the combining of two atomic nuclei into a single nucleus (with possible emission of radioactivity), see nuclear fusion
- cold fusion refers to a once hypothetical but now largely
discredited form of nuclear fusion
- See fusion power for a discussion of using nuclear fusion as an energy
- For the formation of bone joining two bone segments, such as by disease or between vertebrae after discectomy, see ankylosis
- and for surgery to produce such a result, see arthrodesis
- For the perception of a unified scene from the separate sensations of two eyes, see binocular fusion
- For fusion of cultural entities, in the case of
- Food, see fusion cuisine
- Music, see jazz fusion
- Politics, see electoral fusion
- For fusion of two karyogamy.
- For fusion of two chromosomal translocation.
- For the comic book, see Fusion (comics)
- For the car, see Ford Fusion.
- For the heat energy absorbed by a solid material at its melting point, in
becoming a liquid at the same temperature, see heat of fusion.
- For the electrical device designed to interrupt a circuit, by its conductor melting and detatching from the rest of the
conducting path, in response to excessive current, see Fuse
- electoral fusion is an arrangement between political parties to pool votes for a single candidate.
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