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Mixing Technique

Mixing technique is an area of industrial process engineering. The procedure involves the repositioning of multiple materials via mechanic impact. The resulting configuration scheme of the original material is called an alloy. The alloy has a different character from the separate basic material, without resulting in a new material. The main task of mixing technique is to produce a new homogeneous or heterogeneous physical system out of similar or different types of phase (gas, liquid, solid). Homogenous mixtures are completely blended pure substances on a molecular level, whereas in heterogeneous mixtures the pure substances are not completely mixed. The difference between pure substances and alloys is that pure substances often appear in their elementary form or as an ionic or molecular bond formation, thereby becoming new substances, whereas in alloys the pure substances continue to appear in their isolated form. An important goal of mixing technique is to produce the alloy’s specific characteristics as demanded. Determining factors for this are the mixture ratio of the starting substance, the required Mixing technique time and the input energy for the mixing process. In mixing technique, results due to economic as well realizable processes are achievable for example via stirrers, kneading machines or gravity mixers. If you don't find the Mixing Technique you are looking for, please contact us and we will help you find the best solution to suit your needs by calling our offices on: UK customers +44(0) 23 809 870 30 / US customers (561) 320-9162 and our technical staff will advise you regarding our laboratory technology. Our engineers and technicians will be happy to help you with the Mixing Technique, and of course, with the other products in the field of measuring instruments, regulation and control, or scales and balances of PCE Instruments Ltd.

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Examples of different blends
A well-known heterogeneous blend which consists of recognizably different components arises when water and oil are mixed. Milk, which is also called an emulsion, is also a heterogeneous blend. Even a blend containing the same material in different phases can be called a heterogeneous blend. For example, if you mix a solid phase of water (ice cubes) with a liquid phase, a heterogeneous blend occurs. In homogeneous blends, distinguishable bounding surfaces disappear, since the mixing technique appears on a molecular level. Known examples for such alloys are for example metallic alloys, our breathing air or even the mixture of water and salt, from which a saline solution arises. 

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