Yes, iodine is soluble in hexane.
Iodine is soluble in hexane.
water is a polar molecule, hexane is non polar. substances with like polarities mix, therefore the non polar iodine mixes with hexane and not water
Iodine is dissolved in hexane.
No, Vitamin A is not soluble in Hexane.
Sodium chloride is not soluble in hexane.
methyl alcohol is not soluble in hexane
Potassium fluoride is not soluble in hexane.
it is Soluble in Hexane
1-decanol is soluble in hexane.
Heptane is soluble in hexane due to their nonpolar properties.
No, hexane is not soluble in water, hot or cold.
Benzophenone is partially soluble in hexane. Benzophenone is polar, where as, hexane is nonpolar. "Like dissolves like."
Iodine is non-polar just like hexane, so it dissolves in it.
no, it is in soluable in hexane
Naphthalene is non-polar so it is soluble in hexane, but almost insoluble in water.
No hexane is immiscible in water.
Octanol and hexane are miscible
Butanol and hexane are miscible.
Napthalene is soluble in hexane because "like dissolves like" and both napthalene and hexane are non-polar molecules.
Is Iodine soluble in kerosene? Is Iodine soluble in kerosene?
No, it is much less soluble in hexane than in water.
No. Hexane is a component of gasoline and solvents.
Hexane (C6H14) is a non-polar covalent molecule. By the chemistry principal of similar compounds being able to dissolve one another hexane is soluble in other non-polars. Benzene and acetone are soluble in hexane by this principal for example.
Iodine can be separated by: - extraction with an adequate solvent, as hexane or - heating and evaporation The mixture of NaCl and sand is put in water; after dissolution filter. Sand is not soluble in water.
Hexane is totally insoluble in water but soluble in methylene chloride.
Iodine is soluble in oil.
Yes, it is very much soluble in Hexane, diethyl ether, Petroleum spirit etc
Octanol is more soluble in hexane because it has a longer nonpolar hydrocarbon chain.
Hexane is not a polar molecule, and thus is not soluble in water. Methylene chloride is not soluble in water for the same reason.
The polarity of the compound determines whether it will be more soluble in hexane or in water.
No, it is an ionic compound which is soluble in water (a polar solvent) but not in Hexane ( a non polar solvent).
Pentane is soluble in hexane because the solute and solvent molecules are about the same size and interact with one another.
Hexane and gasoline both are insoluble in water.
No. Malonic acid is polar and hexane is nonpolar
No. Hexane is a nonpolar compound and will not dissolve ions.
Because both the fats and the hexane are NON polar.
Hexane is not soluble in water.
Iodine may be extracted with hexane.
Bromine is soluble in water.
Yes, but only slightly soluble.
No, sugar is not soluble in hexane. This is because sugar is considered hydrophilic, so it will only dissolve in something that contains water.
it is more soluble as hexane is non polar and potassium manganate is also non polar substances with like polarities mix so potassium manganate is more soluble in hexane
Hexane is miscible with cyclohexane and ethanol but not with water.
Elemental bromine would be expected to be soluble in hexane. Bromine, Br2(l), is non-polar; hexane, C6H14(l) is also non-polar. Like dissolves like.
Iodine is highly soluble in water. It is also soluble in iodine solutions, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride and carbon disulphide among others.
Sodium chloride is soluble in water because both have polar molecules; but not in hexane becuse it is nonpolar.
First of all iodine is not soluble in water, but it is soluble in heptane.
No, because "like" disolves "like". Ethanol is polar. Hexane is nonpolar.
The compound 1-butanol is a butyl alcohol that is derived from butane and has a straight chain of carbon atoms. It is soluble in hexane.
These liquids are not miscibles.