Water is a polar solvent while chloroform is a non-polar solvent. There is a popular aphorism used for predicting solubility which is "like dissolves like". Water and chloroform have different solubility. Therefore, chloroform is insoluble in water and will just form a layer when mixed. But in the presence of soap solution, they can mix together. Soap serves as an emulsifying agent that will reduce the surface tension of the solution.
Nothing special happens... You just obtain a mix of water and chloroform, which can be used as a disinfectent.
No, they both are not miscible and is a heterogeneous solution
The salt will disolve and combine with the water in solution until it reaches saturation.
zinc + ethanol + water + chloroform + copper sulphate solution
Uses of chloroform water
Sea water is both a solution and a mixture. It is a mixture because salt and water are combined. It is also a solution because the salt dissolves in water.
the concentrated chloroform water is called double strength chloroform water it is prepared by adding 5ml conc.chloroform to the 100 ml of water
Base solution doesn't react with , water .
A lead nitrate solution in water is formed.
no, it's merely a solution
Distillation, because chloroform and water have different boiling points.
When combined with water, it makes hydronium (H+) ions, or charged particles. When combined with a base, it makes salt water