what is "Bulk phase"?


by nchristedem
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nchristedem
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Jan20-09, 08:22 AM
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Please, I am french people and I meet often the expression "bulk phase". I would like to get the meaning of that expression. Thanks
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mgb_phys
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Jan20-09, 08:54 AM
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In materials / chemistry it means the majority of the solid or liquid in a large mass compared to the 'surface phase' where all the interaction happens. So 'main body', would be a good translation perhaps.

I think it means something else to medicine/biology


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