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miscibility (miˈ·s·biˑ·l·tē),

n the ability of two liquids to mix with each other.
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In order to predict the miscibility between TBBC and PLA matrices, the solubility parameter ([delta]) of the materials is determined by calculation of their group contribution, according to the following equation:
Polycarbonate-Polyester Alloys as Examples of Commercially Significant Immiscible Blends Use of Solubility Parameters to Predict Miscibility
Compared to the images of EPN/PPO and EPN/EPPO, the phase boundary of EPN/PPOE blends is not clear and transition region can be observed, indicating that the miscibility of the blend was significantly improved.
It should be pointed out that the objective of the treatment was to improve the sulfur miscibility within the rubber formulation.
g] for the PC-rich phase consistent with less partial miscibility between PC segments and PDMS segments.
Polycarbonate-Polyester Alloys as Examples of Commercially Significant Immiscible Blends Use of Solubility Parameters to Predict Miscibility * Principles of concept and calculations * Use for PVC blends * Use for other polar polymers
Industry executives say the reason is that polyesters offer many cost-effective engineering characteristics: a boost in heat resistance, good dimensional stability and low moisture absorption, good mechanical properties stemming from flexible crystallization rates, and a relatively friendly polymer chemistry with regard to compatibilization and miscibility.
Incorporation of the DMA unit is intended to increase the block-copolymer miscibility with epoxy, and to provide greater stability of the nanostructures during cross-linking reaction [28, 41], Molecular characteristics of the M52 and M52N block-copolymers are presented in Table 1.
Use of Solubiity Parameters to Predict Miscibility * Principles of concept and calculations * Use for PVC blends * Use for other polar polymers
For analyzing miscibility of the PE blends, several methods are used, one of these is to check the Time-Temperature Superposition (TTS).
7), which suggests that the properties are much related to the miscibility and co-curing behavior of the blended rubbers.
Miscibility and Characteristics of Polyolefin Blends