rich mixture

rich mixture

[′rich ¦miks·chər]
(chemistry)
An air-fuel mixture that is high in its concentration of combustible component.
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fat mix, rich mix

A concrete or mortar mixture containing a high ratio of binder to aggregate, thus providing better spread and workability.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

rich mixture

A fuel-air mixture in which fuel is proportionally more than the chemically correct (stoichmetric) mixture. See air-fuel mixture.
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It is fact that our daily lives are a rich mixture of blessings and curses.
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Caption: Figure 11: Temporal variation of in-cylinder NO: (a) lean mixture and (b) rich mixture.
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What's interesting is that this noxious ice is made of two molecules that condensed together out of a rich mixture of gases at the South Pole."