Solution and colloids

Which pairs of liquids are likely to be miscible?
a. H2O and CH3OH
b. H2O and C6H6
c. C6H14 and CCl4
d. CCl4 and CH4OH

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asked by Kan
  1. I would bet on Hexane and water.

  2. as being immiscible.

  3. I would put H2O and CH3OH are miscible since they are both polar, and hexane and CCl4 as well since they are both non-polar.

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  4. H2O and C2H5OH

    C6H14 and CS2

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