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miscibility

[‚mis·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
The tendency or capacity of two or more liquids to form a uniform blend, that is, to dissolve in each other; degrees are total miscibility, partial miscibility, and immiscibility.
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The similar value of solubility parameters indicates the miscibility between TBBC and PLA.
The miscibility of the EPN/PPO blends is affected both thermodynamically and chemically [11]: the molecular weight of EPN increases during the process of curing reaction, and conformational entropy decreases, resulting in phase separation.
In contrast, the two alternating PC-PDMS multiblock copolymers exhibit significant partial miscibility between the phases as indicated by the lower [T.
Binary mixtures containing DGEBA resin and any of the M52 and M52N block-copolymers appeared transparent preceding curing, indicating no macroscopic phase separation and complete miscibility with the epoxy precursor.
Another criterion for predicting the miscibility of PE blends is the analysis of zero shear rate viscosity ([[eta].
Similar to the observation on the unblended EPDM, the present bromination did not have much influence on the dynamic mechanical properties of the blended rubber, which clearly indicates that the miscibility of NR and EPDM is not affected by the bromination.
Miscibility, Morphology, and Properties of Polyethylene Blends
The results suggest the better miscibility in star-shaped SBS/PS blends than that of corresponding linear SBS/PS systems, even than that of systems containing more styrene unit.
As expected, this miscibility between soft and hard segments was reduced when the soft segment molecular weight was increased.
After reviewing earlier work that showed, in one example, how the miscibility of styrene-maleic anhydride (SMA) copolymers with various polyacrylates depended on MA concentration, Dr.
New functionality is available for polymer chemists in the form of Blends - which allows calculation of miscibility for binary polymer and solvent systems.
2 Each of the equivalent products offered must meet the condition of miscibility with the product which is the subject of the contract.