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- n. The continuous flowing of a sustaining fluid over the outside of an isolated organ
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of superfusing or the state of being superfused. Specifically: The state of being poured out or spread over.
- n. The state of being heated above the fusing-point.
- n. In physical chemistry, the state of a liquid which does not solidify, although cooled below the temperature at which the liquid and its solid phase are in equilibrium. An example is the cooling of water below the freezing-point without; the formation of ice. See supersaturated solution. Also surfusion.
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