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in·ter·nal phase

the particles contained in a colloid solution.

in·ter·nal phase

(in-tĕr'năl fāz)
The particles contained in a colloid solution.
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PolyBDDMA polyHIPE was obtained by the cross-linking of a HIPE consisting of 75 vol% internal phase.
As shown in Figure 1, the breaking percentage of the multiple emulsion was faster for the emulsion with 10% of salt in the internal phase, followed by the emulsion of 2.
have developed an insulation coating with a phase-change material to counteract the internal phase transitions.
High internal phase emulsion (HIPE) copolymer and interpenetrating network foams were prepared from 2-ethylhexyl acrylate (EHA), styrene (S) and divinylbenzene (DVB) using a unique process.
DARA is working with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to design an additional clinical trial under joint DARA-NCI auspices while considering further internal Phase 2 development.
Internal phase locked loops (PLLs) reduce component count.
The composition is comprised of a first stripe comprising a cleansing phase comprising a surfactant and water; and at least one additional stripe comprising a benefit phase that contains a high internal phase emuision.
Patent 7,001,548 (February 21, 2006), "Method for Manufacture of Porous Product From Molded High Internal Phase Emulsion," Katsuhiko Sakamoto and Masazumi Sasabe (Nippon Shokubai Co.
On the one hand, these procedures uncover the internal phase structure of the fibers, On the other hand, they result in fibers with interesting surface topologies as shown in Fig.