Difference between miscible and immiscible liquids?



Immiscible vs miscible liquids



Miscible liquids 

Immiscible liquids

The two liquids that dissolve in each other in all proportions are called miscible liquids.

The liquids that are not soluble in any liquids are called immiscible liquids.

Polar and polar substances dissolve one another and Nonpolar and nonpolar dissolves one another.

Polar and nonpolar substances repel one another and do not dissolve.

Example:- Ethanol and water, both are polar molecules.

Example:- Oil (nonpolar) and water (polar), oil (nonpolar) and vinegar (polar),


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