Immiscible Definition and Example

What Does Immiscible Mean in Chemistry?

Oil and water don't mix. They are said to be immiscible.
Oil and water don't mix. They are said to be immiscible. Martin Leigh, Getty Images

Immiscible Definition: Immiscible is the property where two substances are not capable of combining to form a homogeneous mixture.

Examples: Oil and water are immiscible liquids.