Immiscible Liquids?


Immiscible liquids refers to liquids that can not mix. These types of liquids are completely insoluble in each other. Examples include kerosine and water, and also benzene and water.
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The simplest and most common example is oil and water! You can neva mix those two that's why they are called immiscible liquids. take a chill pill in life.
Alcohol & Water mixed is a combination for immiscible liquids. Another is oil and water!
Immiscible liquids will form two distinct layers when mixed, like gasoline and water.
C - its non-polar Source(s): Soc
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The list of immiscible liquids begins with Acetonitrile, heptane, and pentane. Other immiscible liquids are cyclohexane, water, oil, vinegar, milk, beer, and wine ...
The difference between miscible and immiscible liquids is that some liquids mix together and others do not. Miscible liquids can mix together. Immiscible liquids ...
The term immiscible means incapable of being mixed to form a homogeneous substance. Immiscible liquids when shaken together separate into layers. Oil and water ...
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