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What liquid is more volatile between ethanol methanol acetone dichloromethane and water?


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Ethanol boiling point: 78.37 °C

Methanol Boiling point: 64.7 °C

Acetone Boiling point: 56 to 57 °C

dichloromethane Boiling Point: 39.8-40.0°C

Water Boiling Point: 100°C

dichloromethane more volatile than the others


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