Some examples of miscible solutions include water and organic compounds such as alcohols, aldehydes and ketones. Immiscible solutions include water and many types of oils. A miscible solution is any solution that can be ... More »

In chemistry, a miscible mixture is a mixture that completely combines together to form one solution. These solutions do not form a meniscus and form a completely new solution. An immiscible mixture is a mixture that doe... More »

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Miscible liquids combine to form a suspension in which the total fluid volume contains roughly equal parts of the two component liquids, while immiscible liquids do not mix. When two immiscible liquids are put into the s... More »

PCC is the abbreviation for pyridinium chlorochromate, a reagent used in organic chemistry reactions to oxidize alcohols to form aldehydes, ketones and carbonyls. Its molecular formula is C5H5NHClCrO3. More »

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Water mixed with alcohol and water mixed with mint syrup are a couple examples of miscible liquids. A liquid is considered miscible if it can mix with another miscible liquid to form a homogeneous mixture. More »

Immiscible liquids are those that do not mix; these include oil and water, molten silver and lead, and pentane and acetic acid. When there is an attempt to mix two immiscible liquids, most of one floats on top of the oth... More »

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Miscible liquids combine to form a suspension in which the total fluid volume contains roughly equal parts of the two component liquids, while immiscible liquids do not mix. When two immiscible liquids are put into the s... More »