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In general, amalgamation is the process of combining or uniting multiple entities into one form.
Amalgamate and its derivatives may refer to:
Metals and science
In mining, amalgamation was historically used in the patio process and pan amalgamation to recover precious metals from ore by combining them with mercury.
Amalgamation combines mercury and another element to create amalgam (chemistry), used in dentistry, chemistry, and mining,
In geology it refers to the creation of a stable continent or craton by the union of two continents, blocks or terranes,
Amalgamation (business), the merge or consolidation of companies
Amalgamation, another name for a trade union, chiefly used in the United Kingdom,
Amalgamation (politics), in geopolitics, refers to the joining of two or more administrative units,
Amalgamation (names), the strategy of naming something after a combination of existing names,
Amalgamation (fiction), the concept of creating an element in a work of fiction by combining existing things,
Amalgamation (race), a now largely archaic term for the interbreeding of people of different ethnicities and races,
Amalgamation (military unit), the consolidation of military units, usually traditional regiments, into a new unit carrying the lineage, history, traditions, and identity of both,
Amalgamation, an EP released by the band Pop Will Eat Itself in 1994,
Free product with amalgamation, in mathematics, especially group theory, an important construction,
Amalgamated (1917 automobile), car manufactured by the Amalgamated Machinery Corp.,
Amalgamated (organization name),
Amalgamated Broadcasting System, a short-lived American radio network during the 1930s,
Conflation, also known as "idiom amalgamation", the combination of two expressions,
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