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immiscible

[i′mis·ə·bəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to liquids that will not mix with each other.
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A newly used compatibilization technique is the use of clay particles to compatibilize immiscible blends.
Several theories have hitherto been successfully pursued in understanding the relations between the morphological changes and the rheological properties of the immiscible polymer blend (10-14).
It is well-known that during melt blending of immiscible polymers, the major component forms the continuous phase, whereas the minor component forms the dispersed phase.
It should be pointed out at this juncture that in dealing with an immiscible polymer blend (multiphase system in general) flowing through a capillary die, the velocity of the two-phase mixture is not continuous at the interface, and thus shear rate cannot be defined.
According to Stary [11], the deformation of immiscible PS/LLDPE blends would recover to its relative original phase in a heated oil bath.
Some increased toughness was reported for immiscible blends of PLA with a poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate) (PHO) [9].
It has an aqueous phase and a water immiscible oily phase.
Being immiscible with zinc, lead solidifies at the spangle boundaries to produce sites where corrosion cells form in humid climates.
The emulsifiers are usually used to mix the normally immiscible water and fat content.
Ground-Water Model of Two-Phase Immiscible Flow in Coarse Material", Groundwater, 23: 617-626.