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Multiply the current from Onderdonk's Equation by that multiplier to determine the fusing current for your trace at that fusing time.
Increasing the board width had no effect on fusing time.
Before the use of aluminum was introduced, peg fusing, heavy applications of slush, or time consuming sanding were how all sculptors assembled their ice pieces.
The increased light absorption, they thought, would add enough heat to melt the glass, sponeously fusing the two pieces.
Though the fusing atoms release only a tiny fraction of the energy used to run the reaction, the scientists say their work opens "a possible new path to fusion power."