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Miscibility is the ability of two or more substances to mix, and form a single homogeneous phase. When two substances are immiscible[?] they will form separate phases when mixed; the best known example is oil and water.

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... also transmitted political and military information to Britain and helped to hide escaped Allied POWs. Vichy agent infiltrated the group and most members were arrested and ...

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