immiscible

[ih-mis-uh-buhl]
adjective
not miscible; incapable of being mixed.

Origin:
1665–75; im-2 + miscible

immiscibility, noun
immiscibly, adverb
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immiscible (ɪˈmɪsɪbəl)
 
adj
(of two or more liquids) incapable of being mixed to form a homogeneous substance: oil and water are immiscible
 
immisci'bility
 
n
 
im'miscibly
 
adv

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immiscible im·mis·ci·ble (ĭ-mĭs'ə-bəl)
adj.
Incapable of being mixed or blended, as oil and water.


im·mis'ci·bil'i·ty n.
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immiscible   (ĭ-mĭs'ə-bəl)  Pronunciation Key 
Incapable of being mixed or blended together. Immiscible liquids that are shaken together eventually separate into layers. Oil and water are immiscible. Compare miscible.
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Example sentences
Pore scale modeling of immiscible and miscible fluid flows using smoothed
  particle hydrodynamics.
The first polar fluid phase and the continuous phase are immiscible.
Morphological development of polypropylene in immiscible blends with cellulose
  acetate butyrate.
The efficiency of the process was demonstrated using a centrifugal contactor
  for separation of immiscible liquid phases.
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