No, they are immiscible.
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Though oil and water are immiscible normally but they can be made immiscible by use of suitable surfactants or better say emulsifying agents resulting in the formation of mixture of oil and water called as emulsion.
No we cannot mix water with oil.
No. Oil and water do not mix.
Oil will not mix with water.
When you mix oil and water the oil rises to the top. Oil and water do not mix together because of their make up, so when you put oil in water, the oil will rise to the top of the water.
Oil does not mix with water, not even salty sea water.
Water and oil never mix.
oil and water never mix together. water is heavier than oil. so,oil float on the water.
Oil can't mix with water.
no oil and water do not mix
water and oil don't normally mix. there are only two ways to make water and oil mix, its either you mix them vigoriously or you apply the process of emulsification.
oil and alcohol doesnt mix with water
Water and oil does not mix because water is molecule and oil is made of hydrocarbon chains. Only molecule substances can mix with molecule solutes.
polarity! Polarity is the reason that water and oil do not mix
you can mix oil paints with other oil paints, but not with water because oil and water repel eachother.
oily water or watery oil
Water can MIX with oil if the correct emulsifier is used. This is not a mixture, though, it is an emulsion.
Water, of course ! Water is the liquid that doesn't mix well with oil.
Oil is considerably less dense than water and therefore does not mix with it.
Salt water, or plain water, does not mix with oil - it's a density thing.
Water and olive oil are not miscible.
They don't mix because the oil is less dense than water. If you put them in a cup, oil will float on top of water.
Water and oil do not mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. The general rule of solubility is like dissolves like.
when we add the honey to the water and oil it will not mix and there will be 3 layers the bottom layer is the honey then on top of it is the water then the oil