from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The property of being able to be mixed.
  • n. The degree to which two things mix.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Capability of being mixed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being miscible; capability of being mixed.


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  • Any argument about miscibility of fluids is ignorant and reflects a refusal to come to terms with the math or an inability to understand the math.

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  • On account of its ready miscibility with water, it possesses great advantage over the common tar ointment.

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  • But anyway, in a near miscible, what you're doing is you're getting some miscibility and some immiscible factors depending on where you are on the reservoir and so you get some benefits.

  • A third and very important consideration in favour of the mutual action of gases under these circumstances is their perfect miscibility.

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  • Avantium's Furanics biofuel program aims to develop a new generation of biofuels with both excellent properties (such as high energy density and good miscibility with conventional fuels) and competitive production costs.

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  • For his project, called Laser-Induced Microfluidic Motion of a Liquid-Liquid Interface, he investigated the ability of a colloid particle to move from a miscible liquid through a soft interface into a liquid of limited / no miscibility at subcritical temperatures.

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  • The main jist of the article was a set of alternative uses for the Wild Surge chart, mostly things like spellcasting fumbles, potion miscibility fiascoes, and other situations where the natural order of AD&D magic might go awry.

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  • The workshop also revealed industrial applications building on existing work, with Dr. Christopher Plummer from the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland explaining that hyperbranched polymers were capable of being tuned to highly specific levels of key attributes such as solubility, miscibility (ability to mix), as well as viscosity.

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  • "For the purpose of this study, it is essential to invent a 'picture' that can also suggest in spatial terms the concept of the miscibility (krasis) of the

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