Oil and vinegar is a heterogeneous mixture.
No. Oil will float on vinegar as vinegar has the same density as water.
oil and vinegar
No, oil is not the same as vinegar.
Vinegar and oil is a heterogeneous mixture.
When you pour oil on vinegar the oil floats because it is lighter than vinegar
No. Vinegar and oil form a heterogeneous mixture.
Oil and Vinegar is heterogeneous
oil is not soluble in vinegar as vinegar has a polar attraction just like water.
Vinegar has a greater density than oil does. When poured into the same container the oil will sit on top of the vinegar.
Vinegar is a heavier substance than Olive Oil so the Vinegar goes to the bottom and the Olive Oil stays up top
you pour oil first then vinegar.
because oil is denser than vinegar ;P
Vinegar is denser than oil.
Vinegar will evaporate faster than oil, but if they are combined, the oil will rise to the top and prevent evaporation of the vinegar.
Oil has a lower density than vinegar. When oil and vinegar are mixed, the oil rises, or floats to the top.
When you purchase balsamic vinegar, you do not get the oil in the vinegar. However, it is possible to purchase a pine nut oil and balsamic vinegar salad dressing.
Vinegar oil bottles come two types. One comes with two bottles, one is oil and one is vinegar. The second type is the combined mixture of oil and vinegar which is used for gourmet cooking.
No. Oil does not dissolve in vinegar just as in water. It is lighter so it forms a layer over vinegar
Salad oil will not dissolve at all if it is mixed with vinegar. After being mixed, the oil will rise and float on top of the vinegar.
the oil will clump together in the vinegar. i don't recomend it.
A solution of vinegar is obtained with a layer of oil on the top.
Oil and vinegar are not miscible.