[ dahy-ner-ik, di- ]
/ daɪˈnɛr ɪk, dɪ- /
of or relating to the face of separation of two immiscible liquid phases.
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Origin of dineric
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In this way the boundary curve passes into a boundary surface (called a dineric surface), as shown in Fig. 86.The Phase Rule and Its Applications|Alexander Findlay
/ (dɪˈnɛrɪk) /
of or concerned with the interface between immiscible liquids
Word Origin for dineric
C20: from di- 1 + Late Greek nēron water + -ic
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