Miscible liquids can be easily dissolved in any other liquid. you can able to see one layer or single layer on liquid.

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Miscible liquids

Miscible liquids

It can easily dissolved or properly dissolved in any liquid and it is mixed properly with each other in all proportions. these liquid is called miscible liquid.

if two substance mixed together and results it make one layer on liquid. these are called miscible liquids.

For example;

Ethanol and water

In other words, it is define as,

If polar molecule (water) mixed with other polar substance (ethanol) and it dissolved one another. it show one layer in mixed solution. these are called miscible liquids.

Where,

Ethanol = polar substance

Water = polar substance

If (ethanol) polar substance + (water) polar substance = dissolved one another.

If it is not look like separate layer in mixed solution then it is called immiscible liquids.

Where as,

if it is look like one layer in mixed solution then it is called miscible liquids.

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Miscible and immiscible liquids

Miscible liquids;

If one or two liquids that completely or properly dissolved each other that are miscible liquids.

Miscible liquids is dissolved each other in all proportions. it can easily dissolved in any other liquids and if liquid is miscible then you will able to see a one layer on liquid it is not look like a separate layer on liquid. it is look like a single or one layer, on liquid, these are called a miscible liquids.

For example;

ethanol and water (both are polar substance)

If both polar substance (ethanol and water) mixed together, it is given a single layer in solution. then it is miscible liquids. So, ethanol and water is the best example of miscible liquids.

immiscible liquids

If one or two liquids that are not dissolve each other. these are immiscible liquids.

polar water and non polar oil are immiscible liquids and it is not mixed and results make a solution“.

immiscible liquids is not dissolved each other in all proportion. it is not dissolved in any other liquids. and it is not dissolved each other. if liquid is immiscible then you will able to see separate layer on liquid. these are called immiscible liquids.

For example,

Oil and water (oil is polar where water is non polar substance)

it is the best example of immiscible liquids.

But,

oil = non polar substance whereas,

Water = polar substance

So, if polar substance (water) mixed with non polar substance (oil) then it is not dissolved each other. it make a separate layer in solution. in this condition it is called immiscible liquids.

Consider the following solvent pairs when mixed which are immiscible/miscible?

Consider the following solvent pairs when mixed: which are immiscible/miscible. if solvents are immiscible, which solvent would be in the top layer?

1. ethanol and water

2. methylene chloride and water

3. ether and water

4. hexane and water

Which compound do you expect to be miscible with octane (c8h18)?

which compound do you expect to be miscible with octane (c8hl8)?

1. CH3OH

2. CBr4

3. H2O

4. NH3

Ans: We know that octane is an example of a hydrocarbon. it is made from carbon and hydrogen.

You know that, hydrocarbons are non polar compounds

So, octane is an non polar molecule

non polar + non polar = miscible

CBr4 + C8h18 = miscible

so, in this option,

The correct ✅ answer is,

CBr4