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Covalent bonding and some of these bonds (C-O and O-H) are polar.

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Covalent bonding is the only answer to this. The bonding does the voltage reading related to the nature of chemical bonding present in sucrose and ethyl alcohol.


How does the voltage reading relate to the nature of chemical bonding present in sucrose and ethyl alcohol?

Covalent bonding is the only answer to this. The bonding does the voltage reading related to the nature of chemical bonding present in sucrose and ethyl alcohol.


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Why glycerol is more viscous then ethyl alcohol?

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How many ml of ethyl alcohol are present in ml bottle of 70 ethyl rubbing alcohol?

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The presence of strong hydrogen bonding in ethyl alcohol (when compared to that of dimethylether) increases its boiling point.


How many ml of ethyl alcohol are present in a 70 ml bottle of rubbing alcohol?

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Yes, hand sanitizer is a homogeneous mixture. Here are some of the most frequent ingredients in hand sanitizer: *Glycerin- In its purest form, glycerin is nothing but alcohol called glycerol. *Ethyl Alcohol- Ethyl alcohol forms the major ingredient of these liquid soaps. Ethyl alcohol is also known as the ethanol or the normal drinking alcohol. *Carbomer and Fragrance- Carbomer is carbon compound that is added in liquid hand sanitizers to increase the thickness of the liquid Read more at Buzzle: (Related Link)


How many ML of ethyl alcohol are present in a 50ml bottle of rubbing alcohol?

It is prepared from a special denatured alcohol solution and contains approximately 70 percent by volume of pure, concentrated ethanol (ethyl alcohol) or isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol), so approximately 35 mL in a 50mL bottle.


Does ethyl alcohol dissolve in pentane?

ethyl alcohol DOES NOT dissolve in pentane


Is an ethyl alcohol is electrolyte?

No. Ethyl alcohol is not an electrolyte.


Which is safer ethyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol?

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Why ethyl alcohol is a liquid while methyl chloride is a gas?

Ethyl alcohol is a liquid because strong hydrogen bonding in it brings the molecules closer together while methyl chloride does not form hydrogen bonding,weaker forces exist between molecules of methyl and chloride due to which they lie at distance from each other till gas form.


Are ethyl alcohol and isopropyl alcohol miscible?

Yes, ethyl alcohol and isopropyl alcohol are drinkable.


What are examples of ethanol?

Ethanol, CH3CH2OH, is cane sugar alcohol also called ethyl alcohol. It is the alcohol present in alcoholic beverage's.


What is the mass of ethyl alcohol that exactly fills a 200 ml container The density of ethyl alcohol is 0.789 gmL?

what is the mass of ethyl alcohol that exactly fills a 200 ml container the density of ethyl alcohol is 0.789


What has the author James Samuel Guy written?

James Samuel Guy has written: 'A course in quantitative analysis' -- subject(s): Quantitative, Chemistry, Analytic, Analytic Chemistry 'Conductivity and viscosity in glycerol and in binary mixtures of glycerol with ethyl alcohol, with methyl alcohol, and with water ..' -- subject(s): Electrolytes, Viscosity, Glycerol, Conductivity, Glycerin, Conductivity of Electrolytes


Is ethyl alcohol an electrolyte?

Yes,the Ethyl alcohol(ethanol) is an electrolyte.


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What is ethyl alcohol an example of?

Ethyl alcohol is an organic compound


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Ethyl alcohol is considered a depressant.


If you boil ethyl alcohol does the chemical structure change?

No. The chemical structure of ethyl alcohol gas is the same as ethyl alcohol liquid.


What is difference between methyl and ethyl alcohol?

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