Immiscibility is the inability of two or more solids or liquids to readily dissolve into one another.During this process, there is no possibility of these two substances forming a homogeneous mixture, and there will be a separation between them with the lesser dense component rising to the top and the more dense one sinking further to the bottom. The opposite of immiscibility occurs when fluids are capable of combining together which is called miscible. Such examples of immiscibility are between liquids like water and oil which do not mix, but water and soda being totally miscible.