An emulsion of the oil which may be miscible with water, but from which the fat tends to separate and rise to the top.
A thin colourless liquid, of pungent rancid odour, and sour taste, miscible with water and alcohol.
It is a strong base, miscible with water in every proportion.
It melts into a colourless liquid at about 38, in which state it is miscible with water, alcohol, and ether.
It may happen that the crystals do not form double salts, and are only miscible in certain proportions.
Above the temperature of the point K, the three components are miscible in all proportions.
At temperatures above 68.4, therefore, water and phenol are miscible in all proportions.
Several preparations of petroleum known as the miscible oils are sometimes used.
If miscible oil is used, I would recommend using one gallon of the oil to each nineteen gallons of water.
It boils at 410 Fahr., and is miscible with alcohol and ether.
miscible mis·ci·ble (mĭs'ə-bəl)
Capable of being and remaining mixed in all proportions. Used of liquids.
Relating to two or more substances, such as water and alcohol, that can be mixed together or can dissolve into one another in any proportion without separating. Compare immiscible.