What is Bulk Phase? French Translation

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In summary, bulk phase refers to the state of matter where a substance is not confined to a specific shape or volume, allowing it to flow and take on the shape of its container. It is different from other phases of matter in that it does not have a fixed shape or volume like solid and plasma do. Some examples of substances in the bulk phase include water, air, and most liquids and gases. Bulk phase is related to density as the density of a substance is affected by its state of matter, with particles being farther apart in the bulk phase leading to a lower density. In French, "bulk phase" can be translated as "phase en vrac".
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what is "Bulk phase"?

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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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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Bulk phase refers to a stage in a chemical reaction or process where materials are present in large quantities or volumes. It can also refer to a physical state where a substance exists in a large, continuous mass rather than in smaller, separated parts. In French, "bulk phase" can be translated as "phase en vrac" or "phase de masse". I hope this helps clarify the meaning for you.
 

Related to What is Bulk Phase? French Translation

1. What is bulk phase?

Bulk phase refers to the state of matter in which a substance, such as a liquid or gas, is not confined to a specific shape or volume. In other words, it is the phase in which a substance has the ability to flow and take on the shape of its container.

2. How is bulk phase different from other phases of matter?

Bulk phase is different from other phases of matter, such as solid and plasma, because it does not have a fixed shape or volume. In the solid phase, particles are tightly packed and have a fixed shape and volume, while in the plasma phase, the particles are highly energized and do not have a fixed shape or volume.

3. What are some examples of bulk phase substances?

Water, air, and most liquids and gases are examples of substances that exist in the bulk phase. These substances have the ability to flow and take on the shape of their containers.

4. How is bulk phase related to the concept of density?

Bulk phase is related to density because the density of a substance is affected by its state of matter. In the bulk phase, particles are farther apart, leading to a lower density compared to the solid phase where particles are tightly packed.

5. Can you provide a French translation of "bulk phase"?

Oui, "bulk phase" peut être traduit en français par "phase en vrac".

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