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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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PolyDVB polyHIPE was obtained by the cross-linking of a HIPE consisting of 75 vol% internal phase and 25 vol% continuous phase.
A series of copolymer foams was prepared from high internal phase emulsions.
In the polyethyleneoxide-free silicone emulsifiers formula below, a polyglycerin crosspolymer is selected to give humectancy and a large internal phase.
When making a high internal phase W/O emulsion, the viscosity can be adjusted by using bodifying agents such as 1-2% castor wax, 1% magnesium stearate, 0.
Surprisingly, it has been disclosed that these high internal phase emulsions can be prepared using any water-soluble polymer having a molecular weight in the range of 10,000 Daltons to 130 Kilodaltons and the necessary level of surface activity.
The transmit pulse is re-timed by an internal phase locked loop (PLL) so that the transmit pulse is dependent only on the period of the transmit clock.
The internal phase lock loop (pll) does not require external capacitors.
The new 32-bit microcontroller has internal Phase Lock Loop (PLL) allowing the microcontroller to use the low speed external clock rate of 10 megahertz (MHz) and double it to 20MHz.
NEC's Vr4100 also offers three power saving modes: "standby" mode which freezes the pipeline clock; "suspend" mode which freezes both the pipeline and bus clocks; and "hibernate" mode which freezes the internal Phase Locked Loop (PLL) in addition to the pipeline and bus clocks.