What is the boiling point of alcohol in degrees?
The boiling point of ethanol is somewhat 78° C in normal contidions (pressure of 1 ATM and room temperature of 25° C).
A unknown liquid is insoluble in water and soluble in cyclohexane and alcohol with a boiling point of 57 C at 658 mm Hg What is the substance?
To find the substance, you can use a Nomograph Table. Take the observed boiling point and the pressure to find the change in temperature correction. It was found that the actual boiling point was 3.5 degrees off what was stated, so the boiling temperature is 60.5 degrees Celsius. The compound has a boiling point of approximately 60.5 degrees (1) in water and (s) in cyclohexane and alcohol. Chloroform is extremely close to this, with its…
Alcohol is almost every substance that has OH group. [of course except acids and carbohydrates, but that's not the point]. So the boiling point will be different according to length of carbon chain. For example methanol has a boiling point around 60 degrees Celsius. Ethanol [alcohol which is in beer wine and all other alcohol drinks] has a boiling point somewhere around 80 degrees Celsius. For other alcohols you should try some organic chemistry books