What are immiscible liquids?


  • Immiscible is the property where two substances are not capable of combining to form a homogeneous mixture.
  • The components are said to be Immiscible.
  • Components of an immiscible mixture will separate from each other. The less dense fluid will rise to the top; the more dense component will sink.
  • Examples: - Oil and water are immiscible liquids.



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