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immiscible

[i′mis·ə·bəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to liquids that will not mix with each other.
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Some increased toughness was reported for immiscible blends of PLA with a poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate) (PHO) [9].
Numerical modeling of immiscible organic transport at the Hyde Park landfill", Water Resources Research, 22: 25-33.
The flow of immiscible fluids between rigid plates with a time dependent pressure gradient.
This phenomenon occurs when water is removed from soil by immiscible displacement (i.
Because a liquid film is smooth and truly defect-free on the molecular level, it can immediately heal itself by wicking, can withstand high pressure, and can repel immiscible liquids.
He covers puzzles of physics, the meaning of dimensions, time as an illusion, the nature of matter, whether science and religion are immiscible, and weaving the weft.
Company's impellers are engineered to fit the most challenging application, from miscible and immiscible fluids blending to solids suspension and high viscosity fluid mixing.
Commercial applications of Luker's SFEM elongational mixer to date include mixing of 35% calcium carbonate in a direct-extrusion application; mixing immiscible materials for pipe; mixing large mica flakes for pearlescent compounds; and blending high-and low-viscosity polymers.
The paraffin hardened into irregular and entirely crumpled form, offering views of the forces that were confronted in the meeting of these immiscible materials.
Both miscible and immiscible displacements were evaluated based on the reservoir pressure criteria available in the public domain.
They also act as excellent compatibilisers between resins that are normally immiscible, such as PA/ABS.
Coverage encompasses topics such as kinematics of flow and mixing mechanisms, rheology and mixing, computational fluid mixing, immiscible liquid-liquid mixing, solid-liquid mixing, and evaluation of mixing and air bubble dispersion in viscous liquids using numerical simulations.