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phase separation

(Science: chemistry) The separation of fluid phases that contain different concentrations of common components.

Occurs with partially miscible solvents used in many biochemical separation methods. Also temperature dependent phase separation occurs with some detergent solutions. With reference to membranes means the segregation of lipid components into domains that have different chemical composition.

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