What liquids will an oreo dissolve in?
For example polar liquids dissolve polar solids, nonpolar liquids dissolve nonpolar solids.
If under enough pressure all gases can dissolve in liquids. :D
yes they can but it depends on the liquids
Yes, it is possible to dissolve liquids but it depends on which liquids you mix together. When two liquids dissolve when mixed (such as water and ethanol) they are called miscible. Sometimes liquids do not mix at all (like water and oil) but it really depends on polarity.
does the tempeture of liquids affect the rate pills dissolve
When dealing with liquids, the rule of thumb is that like will dissolve like. This means that polar liquids will dissolve polar solids, and non polar liquids dissolve non polar substances. Fructose is polar, so it dissolves in water, and fats, as a non polar substance, will dissolve in kerosene.
Grape Juice is able to dissolve in water.
Since substances dissolve in liquids, and not the other way around, powders would dissolve more easily.
Many liquids form mixtures with water !
because in most liquid it want dissolve
something that can be dissolve in liquid is called soluble. if the solute can dissolve in the solvent, it is called a solution
because oil is already a liquid and liquid can't dissolve in another liquid - - - - - Not true. Liquids dissolve in other liquids all the time. Try putting milk in water; the milk will easily dissolve in the water. The reason oil doesn't dissolve in water is that some molecules are polar--the charges in them are out at the ends, like a magnet has its poles--and some are not. Water is a polar… Read More
Naptha can cut wax off of things, It might dissolve it?
Sugar should dissolve faster in a liquid.
What is in some liquids that make them able to dissolve some substances and what is in some liquids that make them unable to to dissolve some substances?
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If two liquids dissolve in each other in all proportions they are said to be miscible or immiscible?
Two liquids are said to be miscible if they dissolve in each other. So, yes, miscible
No, Coca-Cola will not dissolve hair!! How do i know this? Well, I actually just did my Science Fair Project to see if hair will dissolve in certain liquids and coca-cola was one of my liquids. the Coca-Cola only changed the color of the hair but it did not dissolve it. Bleach will dissolve it in a matter of hours!!
When two or more liquids can dissolve into each other no matter what their proportions are it is called miscible. Immiscible is when the two liquids won't mix together no matter what proportions are used.
an egg's shell doesn't dissolve in water because the shell is to hard to dissolve in non-acid liquids.
Polar liquids dissolve well in water. Non polar liquids don't
What is the term that refers to liquids that do not dissolve in one another and separates into two layers?
These are called immiscible liquids.
Solid doesn't spread.
yes, gases can dissolve in liquids. Ammonia dissolves very well in water. and one real life example is carbonated drinks such as Coke, Pepsi, Seltzer and etc...
Metals are not simply dissolved in liquids; they react with these liquids, including water.
All gases can dissolve in water. it's a wrong concept that gases don't dissolve in water. And all gases can dissolve in other liquids as well.
Non-polar liquids (like alcohol).
powders dissolve easier in liquids then solids
solute or solvent = solution
Diluent or solvent.
Cause your body contains a very high temperature causing the solids to dissolve into liquids
Gas can dissolve in liquids. An example of gas dissolved in liquid is soda, where CO2 is dissolved in a liquid solution.
Any kind of oil wont dissolve alka seltzer tablets
Water and other unsaturated liquids can dissolve salt.
The carbon dioxide in the soda helps to dissolve the aspirin.
Some components of sand, specifically shell fragments, will dissolve in acidic liquids, such as many juices. The primary parts of sand, silica and quartz, will not dissolve.
A solvent can be described in exactly that way. The other materials here are called solutes. Solvents can be liquids or gases, and they can dissolve solids, liquids or gases to create a solution. Need a link? Look below.
In hot liquids the molecules are moving very fast which causes whatever you're dissolving to break down faster.
Examples are: acetone, ethanol, benzene.
yes, tea is a liquid and sugar disolves in liquids
Crystallization and recrystallization can be useful.
No. a solution doesn't need water to dissolve. it can be dissolve in different type of liquids. for example a regeform. regeform only can dissolve in petrol. nailpolish only can dissolve in spirits or acid
No. Solutes may be gases liquids or solids. Because water is the universal solvent, it can dissolve most solids,liquids and gases.
1. heat the mixture. 2. stir. 3. add more liquids.
Oil is a liquid that wont dissolve in water Mercury is a liqid that wont dissolve in water or oil or mentholated spirits ect
Substances which do not dissolve in liquids are called insoluble substances.
Sodium chloride is very soluble in water.
Things like: Sugar Salt Alcohol Soap Molecules liquids
yes of course as long as they dissolve into each other
Water, alcohol, and others. The name for such liquids is solvent.