glass made entirely from silica, having a very low rate of thermal expansion.
another name for quartz glass
[fyoo-zee] /fyuˈzi/ noun 1. a wooden friction match having a large head, formerly used when a larger than normal flame was needed. 2. a red flare light, used on a railroad as a warning signal to approaching trains. 3. Horology. a spirally grooved, conical pulley and chain arrangement for counteracting the diminishing power of the […]
[fyoo-suh-lahzh, -lij, -zuh-, fyoo-suh-lahzh, -zuh-] /ˈfyu səˌlɑʒ, -lɪdʒ, -zə-, ˌfyu səˈlɑʒ, -zə-/ noun, Aeronautics. 1. the complete central structure to which the wing, tail surfaces, and engines are attached on an airplane. /ˈfjuːzɪˌlɑːʒ/ noun 1. the main body of an aircraft, excluding the wings, tailplane, and fin n. 1909, from French fuselage, from fuselé “spindle-shaped,” […]
[fyoo-zuh-lee] /ˈfyu zə li/ noun 1. (John) Henry (Johann Heinrich Füssli) 1741–1825, English painter, illustrator, and essayist; born in Switzerland. /ˈfjuːzəlɪ/ noun 1. Henry. original name Johann Heinrich Füssli. 1741–1825, British painter, born in Switzerland. His paintings include Nightmare (1782)
[fyoo-zuh l, -suh l] /ˈfyu zəl, -səl/ noun 1. a mixture consisting chiefly of amyl alcohols obtained as a by-product in the fermentation of grains. /ˈfjuːzəl/ noun 1. a mixture of amyl alcohols, propanol, and butanol: a by-product in the distillation of fermented liquors used as a source of amyl alcohols fusel oil (fy’zəl) An […]