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Explain the observed temperature change upon mixing ethanol and cyclohexane.

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  3. explain the observed temperature change upon mixing ethanol and cyclohaxane

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  4. I observed that the temperature between the mixing ethanol and cyclohaxane is deceases because the hydrogen bonding is break out and have a weak bonding between their inter molecular bonding.

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