In the answers to my last phonetics assignment provided by my professor, the syllable tree diagram for the word /ʌ n t æ ŋ g l̩ / didn't show any ambisyllabic consonants. Our textbook doesn't go into much detail on the topic other than explaining that the first consonant in an onset of an unstressed syllable is shared as part of the coda of the preceding stressed syllable. Knowing this I would assume that the the /t/ in the second syllable would be ambisyllabic,however it isn't and I was just wondering why this would be.
Also, would the /g/ in the third syllable be ambisyllabic as well? Or does ambisyllabicity apply on when there in a stressed syllable preceding an unstressed one?