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18 February, 02:43

Which terms describe two liquids that can be shaken together, but if left alone, will eventually separate from each other?

Select all that apply.

heterogeneous solution

immiscible

compound

suspension

colloid

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  1. 18 February, 03:05
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    Immiscible

    Explanation:

    Immiscible is the term that is used to refer to a mixture of liquids which can separate into distinct layers when left undisturbed. This usually comes to play when a polar solvent such as water is mixed with a non polar solvent such as kerosene.

    These two liquids can be made to separate from each other using the method of separatory funnel
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