Rubbing alcohol and water are miscible (mix) both are clear liquids
I know for a fact that you can mix rubbing alcohol and water, as most rubbing alcohol is a water and isopropyl alcohol solution, but when you mix vinegar and backing soda a gas is produced, so it probably wouldn't mix that well.
No, it is just a diluted mixutre of alcohol.
Yes. In fact, rubbing alcohol is already mixed half-and-half with 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. *
Rubbing alcohol is also known as isopropyl alcohol. The reason why rubbing alcohol and oil can't mix is because the alcohol is less dense than the oil.
There is no reaction, you simply get a mixture of rubbing alcohol and methanol.
Sodium chloride is not soluble in rubbing alcohol.
Rubbing alcohol is soluble in water.
There is no chemical reaction between isopropanol and water, they simply mix.
not at the normal freezing temp for water. the mixture will have a lower freezing temp
Water contains no alcohol or oils, as rubbing alcohol does.
Rubbing alcohol is a mix of water and isopropyl alcohol. How much of a bottle is alcohol and how much is water depends on the strength of that bottle. Some is 50%, some 90%.
Answer#1The alcohol, being less dense will float on top. They do not react. This answer is nonsense. Alcohol and bleach will mix, and they react, but not in a way that will kill you. Alcohol is less dense than water or bleach (water plus sodium hypochlorite) but alcohol and water do mix... mixed drinks, anyone?
Rubbing alcohol is a mixture: ethanol, a dye, isopropyl alcohol, etc.
you get A BABY
Isopropyl alcohol also called rubbing alcohol, is lighter than water.
Rubbing alcohol contain water, methanol or isopropyl alcohol, a dye.
If you only water a plant with rubbing alcohol, it will die of dehydration.
Rubbing alcohol is less dense than water.
No chemical reaction, but it makes a pretty good window washing liquid.
Rubbing alcohol is made from isopropyl alcohol and water. Use only as directed.