phase solubility

phase solubility

[′fāz ‚säl·yə‚bil·əd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
The different solubilities of a sample's solid constituents (phases) in a selected solvent.
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Phase solubility studies are widely used to evaluate the effect of CD on the water-solubility of drugs.
According to the model presented by Higuchi et al the phase solubility diagram of QpE belongs to AL type suggesting that the inclusion complex was formed with a molar ratio of 1:1.
From the viewpoint of stretch-blow molding, we studied the effect of the phase solubility (compatibility) and crystallinity of PEN/PET blend resins on heat-setting after stretching, with special attention to the effects of these characteristics on stretch molding properties.
As a conclusion, based on the fact that the transesterification content for maintaining the transparency of PEN 12 mol% blends is 5% or more, it could be understood that the transesterification content at which it is possible to maintain phase solubility, crystallinity, and stretchmolding properties simultaneously falls within a narrow range of 5%-8%.