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miscible

 [mis´ĭ-b'l]
susceptible of being mixed.

mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bŭl),
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]

miscible

/mis·ci·ble/ (mis´ĭ-b'l) able to be mixed.

miscible

[mis′ibəl]
Etymology: L, miscere, to mix
able to be mixed or blended with another substance. Compare immiscible.

miscible

adjective Capable of being mixed without separating into distinct components, as alcohol into water.

mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bĕl)
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]

miscible

(of liquids) having the ability to mix.

mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bĕl)
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]

miscible (mis´ībəl),

adj may be blended or combined; mixable.

miscible

susceptible to being mixed.
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In ihe case of miscible blends, a reduction in the mean free volume is usually observed versus that predicted by a simple additivity rule, which corresponds to a negative deviation in volume due lo favorable interactions or closer packing al ihe interface of components.
In fact, there is no molecule with closer solubility parameters to PVC than the PHAs used in this study--including PMMA, the most miscible polymer used in the majority of core-shell impact modifiers.
Production forecast was performed for different reservoir conditions under both miscible and immiscible conditions using the following criteria presented in (7) and in Table 1.
Fluid flows in nature are usually turbulent, but we have considered the porous medium through which the fluid flows, to be homogeneous and for this reason, in the direction of the flow, we assume laminar flow in which miscible fluids mix.
Nitrogen is using as a driving force for costly and limited carbon dioxide, and in some cases for miscible displacement.
With miscible displacement, however, as occurs with aqueous solutions, the resulting interactions between hydrodynamic dispersion at the displacing front and gravity segregation are complicated.
At a fixed time value, the higher the value of dispersivity, the more mixing takes place, and hence the greater the concentration of the miscible fluid becomes.
The combination of attachment space (1) and detachment space (0) results in three quantum space phases: miscible space, binary partition space, or binary lattice space for four-dimensional space-time.
Available in viscosity grades ranging from ISO 15 to 150, FG Excel is fully miscible with mineral oil based products.
Silica is not miscible in rubber, making its dispersion more difficult than carbon black.
The new and improved formulations include pharmaceutically acceptable, water miscible solubilizers other than Cremophor which are believed to have improved long-term stability and may reduce adverse side-effects relative to existing formulations.
The soybean oil is completely miscible with petroleum heating oil and has so far been successfully fired in a standard oil-fired furnace at up to 50-percent blends without any modifications to the equipment.