Does Water and Rubbing Alcohol Mix?

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Yes, water and rubbing alcohol does mix. The term used when two liquids will mix is 'miscible'. Oil and water, on the other hand, are considered immiscible.
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The density of rubbing alcohol is 0.786 g/cm^2. Rubbing alcohol is more often isopropanol mixed with water and then a little poison to denature it. ...
The density of rubbing alcohol is 0.786 g/cm^2. Rubbing alcohol is more often isopropanol mixed with water and then a little poison to denature it. ...
The density of rubbing alcohol is 0.786 g/cm^2. Rubbing alcohol is more often isopropanol mixed with water and then a little poison to denature it. ...
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