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Synonyms for immiscible

(chemistry, physics) incapable of mixing

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Droplet breakup and coalescence are the competing mechanisms that determine the morphology of this system similar to other immiscible blends.
The main step is to obtain immiscible PAl2/PS blends via in situ anionic polymerization, starting from a homogeneous mixture of LL and PS.
Blending immiscible polymer resins with different refractive indices usually results in opaque or hazy materials.
They correspond to the glass transition of the PP and that of the PEB, respectively, indicating that they are immiscible.
Immiscible blends of plastics and rubbers can achieve stable mixtures in a conventional single-screw extruder with the aid of high-powered ultrasonic vibrations.
The DynaShear[TM] will blend, dissolve, disperse and emulsify both miscible and immiscible fluids.
Applications for the company's mixers include blending of liquids and suspensions, dissolving of solids, dispersion of immiscible liquids and dispersion of small amounts of gases in liquids.
Surfactants, when used in small quantities, reduce surface tension in a fluid or the interfacial tension between two immiscible fluids, such as oil and water.
According to Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Tan Sri Bernard Dompok, although Maccaferri was new to the palm oil sector, it had the technique required for oil recovery and primary separation of water and immiscible oils.
Immiscible polymer blends (IMPBs) are an approach to producing novel materials without the time-consuming and costly process of synthesis (1).
When used in small qualities, surfactants can reduce surface tension in a fluid or the interfacial tension between two immiscible fluids, i.
Adding 2% of high-pressure carbon dioxide during blending of polystyrene and acrylic (PMMA) resins in a twin-screw extruder results in a much finer mix of the two immiscible polymers, reports a paper given at this spring's SPE ANTEC 2000 conference in Orlando, Fla.
A blend that is slightly immiscible still has a single Tg; but it is broader or extends over a wider temperature range.
patent 6,642,061 entitled "Use of Immiscible Fluids in Droplet Ejection Through Application of Focused Acoustic Energy" was issued today.