dispersed phase


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Noun1.dispersed phase - (of colloids) a substance in the colloidal state
phase, form - (physical chemistry) a distinct state of matter in a system; matter that is identical in chemical composition and physical state and separated from other material by the phase boundary; "the reaction occurs in the liquid phase of the system"
colloid - a mixture with properties between those of a solution and fine suspension
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The corn oil was used as dispersed phase while the aqueous phase as continuous phase of the emulsion.
Furthermore, the mechanical properties of PA/PPO blends are also dominated by their morphological structures, in particular, the dispersed phase morphology, which is strongly influenced by the processing conditions [16].
An air permeation resistant film comprising (A) a thermoplastic polyester elastomer which comprises a block copolymer containing a polyester as a hard segment and has a melting point of from 180[degrees]C to 230[degrees]C and (B) a rubber, in a mass ratio (A)/(B) of from 90/10 to 40/60, wherein the component (A) and the component (B) are melt-kneaded to perform dynamic crosslink, thereby forming a continuous phase composed of the component (A) and a dispersed phase composed of the component (B) and the film has an air permeation coefficient at 80[degrees]C of 5xl013 fm2/Pa-s or less and Young's modulus of 120 MPa or less.
Mahesh Konduru, CFO and head of operations for ProSep said, The ProMix technology generates homogeneous and moderate shear force to the dispersed phase across the cross section of the main flow, providing a narrow uniform droplet size distribution, significantly increasing interfacial contact area, enhancing mass transfer between different flows, and meanwhile preventing formation of an emulsion.
Heat transfer from suspension-to-wall takes place by renewed contact of clusters and the dispersed phase on the wall;
The oil-based liquid employed in the sorption testing was kerosene oil "Dragon" (produced by "Zaklad Chemii Budowlanej" in Kampinos, Poland) and its emulsions with various concentrations of dispersed phase.
PPG Industries has been granted a patent for a coating composition comprised of a continuous phase comprised of water and a dispersed phase comprised of a microgel having a mean particle size of greater than 50 nanometers to 900 nanometers and formed from reactants comprised of no more than 5% by weight, based on the total weight of the reactants, of a multi-ethylenically unsaturated compound, and a plurality of monoethylenically unsaturated compounds selected so as to provide a copolymer having a calculated Tg of greater than 100[degrees] C and comprised of a cycloaliphatic (meth)acrylate.
The team of four mechanical engineers who wrote the 1998 first edition of the textbook update it to incorporate the substantial changes in the science and technology of dispersed phase flows since then.
In the Smooth emulsion system, a continuous stream flows through the microchannel, with the dispersed phase introduced perpendicular to it after passing through a plate containing tiny pores.
To evaluate the input of real effects taking place in dispersed phase in CFB, an industrial CFB unit is used here as the two-phase flow domain occupied by the mixture of gas and particles.
The filled polymers discussed are "macroscopically coherent masses that exhibit interesting physical, mechanical, and/or rheological properties, often peculiar, but always resulting from interactions taking place between a matrix (the polymer) and a dispersed phase (the filler).