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Homework Help: Org. Chem.

Posted by Chelsea on Monday, September 14, 2009 at 2:05am.

Explain the results in terms of polarities and/or hydrogen bonding.

- water and ethyl alcohol= miscible
water is highly polar and ethyl alcohol has intermediate polarity.

- water and diethyl ether= immiscible
water is highly polar and diethyl ether is only slightly polar

- water and methylene chloride= immiscible
water is highly polar and methylene chloride is what?

- water and hexane= immiscible
water is highly polar and hexane is nonpolar

- hexane and methylene chloride= miscible
hexane is nonpolar and methylene chloride is ? nonpolar?

Are these correct? Also, if you can add any info. on the polarities or include hydrogen bonding in the explanation please do.

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