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unmixable

(ʌnˈmɪksəbəl)
adj
incapable of being mixed
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Adj.1.unmixable - (chemistry, physics) incapable of mixing
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
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Summary: Fluid lecithin is a naturally occurring mixture used as an emulsifying agent in food & beverages applications to maintain stable emulsion between unmixable liquids.
D.O.S.E reportedly has a production-quality compounder that operates at 1,200 rotations per minute to combine active ingredients that historically were unmixable outside of a factory setting.
While only four people witnessed first-hand those twenty-one days adrift on a floating island of unmixable cultures and religious beliefs, one simple fact is unabashedly indisputable--they survived.
This rope, called randomly branched polymers, allows two previously unmixable bonds to be mixed homogeneously on a molecular scale.
This was yet another idea borrowed from Constantinople, and is most clearly enunciated in a Greek panegyric by Eugenios, a minister of the later Norman kings: 'Do you [the king] not harmonise the inharmonious, and mix together the unmixable [...] with wise foresight blending and uniting into a single race disparate and incongruent peoples?' Norman multiculturalism was the exhibition of royal power.
It is unmixable both in water and perfluorocarbon liquid and forms clear meniscus throughout intraoperative use.
This technology makes the blending of two previously unmixable polymers--polyethylene and polypropylene--possible through use of parts-per-million levels of catalyst at very specific temperatures.
with prandial insulins, BioChaperone Lispro and HinsBet) or the ability to combine proteins known to be unmixable (e.g.
It is observed that the production of modified starches makes the use of these starches viable in food industries, together with stabilizers, which, according to BRASIL (1997) are considered as food additives that allow the maintenance of uniform dispersion of two or more unmixable substances in a food product.
At the outset we are alarmed when the author describes her as An unmixable mix' who has the infinite tenderness of motherhood and the reckless rage of a suicide bomber'.
To conceptually package these two things together, to treat them as though they are essentially the same when in fact they are essentially different, is to commit the fallacy of package dealing, which consists in mentally mixing the logically unmixable. (29) The conceptual mishmash resulting from this package deal blurs crucial distinctions, throttles rational thinking, and wreaks havoc on efforts to defend liberty.
6, 1951, at 22 (reporting the reasons the United States "regarded political and economic-social rights as essentially unmixable").