Capable of being mixed; mixable.
Mixable in all proportions; forming a single phase when mixed in any proportion; -- of liquids; as, water and alcohol are miscible in all proportions; water and gasoline are not miscible; benzene and ethyl alcohol are miscible, and ethyl alcohol is miscible with water, but water is not miscible with benzene..
Mixes with water
The ability of two liquids or gases to uniformly dissolve into each other. Immiscible liquids will separate into two distinguishable layers.
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Capable of being dissolved, soluble. Opposite of immiscible.
when any amount of solute can be dissolved in solvent.
miscibility; liquid miscibility. Compare with immiscible and partial miscibility. Two liquids are considered "miscible" or mixable if shaking them together results in a single liquid phase, with no meniscus visible between layers of liquid.
(chemistry, physics) capable of mixing
two things, like liquids, or polymers, that mix together completely to form a solution. Compare to immiscible.
The ability to mix or blend gases or liquids.
Mutually soluble ingedients which are capable of being mixed.
Capable of being mixed; mutually soluble in each other.
capable of being mixed in any concentration without separation of phases.
When one liquid mixes or blend with another liquid. Same as soluble.
Liquids which will not mix to form a homogeneous substance when combined are said to be immiscible, e.g. oil and water; liquids that completely mix on combining are miscible, e.g. water and alcohol.
Capable of mixing or blending uniformly.
Liquid substances capable of mixing without separation into two phases; refers to liquid mixtures
Capable of being mixed together.
The capability of being mixed; mutually soluble.
capable of being mixed in any proportions.
A liquid or gas that will easily dissolve in another substance.
Able to be mixed together or dissolved into each other to produce a homogenous substance.
The chemistry term miscible refers to the property of various substances, particularly liquids, that allows them to be mixed together and form a single homogeneous phase. For example, water and ethanol are miscible in all proportions.