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immiscible

[i′mis·ə·bəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to liquids that will not mix with each other.
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At Vitafoods Europe 2019, visitors to the stand will be able to check out Sulzer's capabilities in mixing applications by having a close look at different elements from Sulzer mixers, such as SMV static mixer with a stack of V-shaped corrugated plates for immiscible phases.
However, to the best of our knowledge, no works have been reported in the literatures thus far using nano-OMMT as a compatibilizer in immiscible PA6/PS blends.
Monotectic alloy is a representative immiscible alloy.
According to Stary [11], the deformation of immiscible PS/LLDPE blends would recover to its relative original phase in a heated oil bath.
The high modulus and low cost make inorganic nanofillers very attractive to compatibilize immiscible polymer blends.
In the current model, we treat the water-nanoparticles suspension as a miscible mixture while it is immiscible with the oil phase.
Though oil and water are immiscible, most porous, spongy materials readily absorb both oil and water, making non-selective absorbent materials uneconomical for oil cleanups.
C[O.sub.2] can be injected in an immiscible or near-miscible process at reservoir conditions.
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.