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miscible

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

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

adjective Capable of being mixed without separating into distinct components, as alcohol into water.
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mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bĕl)
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

miscible

(of liquids) having the ability to mix.
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mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bĕl)
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]
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Since the miscibility of the NR/BEPDM blends was not affected by the bromination, the results suggest that the positive improvement in curing behavior was brought about by the migration of curatives from NR to the more polar BEPDM resulting in a better co-curing of the blend.
In([omega])plot rad/s at C' = G" % of CPE in CPE25 CPE35 CPE25 CPE35 blend 0 (pure 1.910 1.910 0.54 0.54 polymer) 1 2.059 1.703 0.55 0.54 2 1.645 1.700 0.54 0.54 5 1.798 1.556 0.54 0.53 10 1.999 1.479 0.55 0.55 15 2.216 1.405 0.55 0.50 20 3.358 1.077 0.59 0.48 30 3.40(1 0.773 0.57 0.46 The miscibility of the blends was further studied using Cole-Cole viscosity plot which develops relationships between real ([eta]') and imaginary ([eta]') parts of complex viscosity (23-25).
The difference in the trans,trans isomer content of a [H.sub.12]MDI has a more pronounced effect on the properties of the TPU with a higher degree of hard/soft segment miscibility. The two isomers (cis or trans) in IPDI have similar non-linear structures.
To evaluate the relative miscibility of the binary blends of EVOH/POE-g-MAH, the second heating thermograms were obtained at a heating rate of lO[degrees]C/min.
Isoprene and butadiene monomers are very similar and there are no specific interactions such as hydrogen bonding between these polymers to explain the miscibility. The miscibility is due to the copolymer effect (ref.
However, the miscibility of PMAs with PS-h-PMMA may be different in the two-dimensional state.
In addition to single composition dependent glass transition temperature, the depression of equilibrium melting point may provide further evidence on the miscibility of binary amorphous/crystalline polymer blends (26), (27).
%) show surfaces of the blended membranes which were uniformly without any signs of phase separation, thus confirming the miscibility of the polysulfone with amines [3].
Figures 3(c)-3(f) show the XRD spectra of the PPy/PANI system as a function of composition, in which we studied the miscibility and crystallinity of the PPy/PANI system.
The information of the miscibility can be obtained by comparing the deviation between the experimental mean molecular areas ([A.sub.exp]) and [A.sub.id].