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The solution "head" dissolves in the water and the mixing "tail" dissolves in the oil.

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The mixing "head" dissolves in the water and the solution "tail" dissolves in the oil.

which one is right?

thank you for your time!

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  1. I remember doing one of these experiments in a colloid chemistry class I took 60 years ago but the nomenclature was a little different then. I have looked on the Internet and can't find anything definitive. Perhaps if you told a little about the procedure etc I could figure it out.

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