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Rubbing alcohol is soluble in water.

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Rubbing alcohol is completely miscible and "soluble" in water.


Rubbing alcohol will not completely dissolve sand, only partially. It is slightly soluble due to rubbing alcohol containing some water.


If there is enough liquid, the sugar will dissolve, as rubbing alcohol is a mixture of water (about 30%) with an alcohol. Sugar is soluble in both liquids. * BTW, rubbing alcohol is poisonous. *


Salt (sodium chloride) is not soluble in alcohol, but is soluble in water. Nearly all "rubbing alcohol" contains some water, and so will slightly dissolve salt.


Water is a polar solvent, and alcohol includes a polar component in its molecular structure.


Sodium chloride is not soluble in rubbing alcohol.



Only in water mixtures such as "rubbing alcohol". Salt (sodium chloride) is not soluble in alcohol, but is soluble in water. Nearly all "rubbing alcohol" contains water. To prove this for yourself, pour a small bowl of rubbing alcohol, then add a teaspoon of salt. It will mostly remain at the bottom of the bowl. Now add water to the bowl, forming a miscible mixture of water and alcohol. After enough water is added, the salt will eventually go into solution in the mixture.


Permanent marker is soluble in rubbing alcohol which is polar.


Only slightly. Salt (sodium chloride) is not soluble in alcohol, but is soluble in water. Nearly all "rubbing alcohol" contains water. To prove this for yourself, pour a small bowl of rubbing alcohol, then add a teaspoon of salt. It will mostly remain at the bottom of the bowl. Now add water to the bowl, forming a miscible mixture of water and alcohol. After enough water is added, the salt will eventually go into solution in the mixture.


Rubbing alcohol can be classified as an organic solvent, and as such is capable of dissolving organic substances such as ink. The ink is soluble in rubbing alcohol.


Basically you get weaker rubbing alcohol. Rubbing alcohol is already a mixture of water and isopropyl alcohol.


No. Table salt (NaCl) will not dissolve in alcohol. It will, however, slightly dissolve in "rubbing alcohol" (which contains water) and many alcoholic beverages that are mostly water.


Only slightly. Salt (sodium chloride) is not soluble in alcohol, but is soluble in water. Nearly all "rubbing alcohol" contains water. To prove this for yourself, pour a small bowl of rubbing alcohol, then add a teaspoon of salt. It will mostly remain at the bottom of the bowl. Now add water to the bowl, forming a miscible mixture of water and alcohol. After enough water is added, the salt will eventually go into solution in the mixture.


Water contains no alcohol or oils, as rubbing alcohol does.


Yes, isopropanol alcohol is soluble in water.


Many things are soluble in water - that's why it's called "the universal solvent!"Here are some common substances:table saltsugarsodium bicarbonaterubbing alcoholdrinking alcohol



yes, alcohol is soluble in water (according to a science textbook)


Isopropyl alcohol also called rubbing alcohol, is lighter than water.


Rubbing alcohol contain water, methanol or isopropyl alcohol, a dye.


No it is not soluble in water it is soluble in chloroform, alcohol, methnol


If you only water a plant with rubbing alcohol, it will die of dehydration.


Rubbing alcohol is less dense than water.


Rubbing alcohol and water are miscible (mix) both are clear liquids



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