Acetic acid will dissociate more in water than in methanol. Hence acetic acid is relatively more acidic in water than in methanol.
Methanol is more volatile than water because methanol has a larger vapor pressure than water.
yes. Water is more polar than methanol. That is the reason why we always use methanol to extract many organic compounds. they could be better (more quickly) dissolved in methanol than in water.
Methanol is not basic.
Butanol is has less polarity than methanol
No. Phenol is far more acidic than water.
Its otherway around actualy methanol dissove more than ammonia in water because of stronger H bond
No. Sodium compounds do have a limit to their solubility in water. Methanol is water soluble in all proportions.
Ethanol is more volatile than methanol.
No, methanol is more flammable than ethanol.
No. Methanol is more polar than acetone
Acetylene gas in water is more acidic than alcohol.
Oil's, methanol, ethanol, and isopropyl
Because polarity of ethanol more close to water.
why phenol more than aliphatic alcohol and water
Coffee is much more acidic than water. Tap water usually has a pH around 7 (neutral), while coffee pH is usually about 5 (acidic is below 7 on the pH scale).
Water and methanol each have two polar bonds. Water has two O-H bonds while methanol has an O-H bond and a O-C bond. An O-H bond is more polar that an O-C bond because hydrogen is less electronegative than carbon.
BaCO3 would be more soluble in an acidic solution than in the water
While water is usually slightly acidic, pure water is neutral, at pH7. Lemon juice is much more acidic than even impure water - usually around pH2 or pH3.
pH is defined as the negative log of the hydrogen ion concentration; concentration is usually expressed in moles per liter. The liter component is nearly always the universal solvent, water. When you add most hydrocarbons to water, it does not mix; it's immiscible. No hydrogen ions are formed, and the pH of the original water remains unchanged. However, some types of hydrocarbons DO have a hydrogen ion component when mixed with water. For example, consider methanol - CH3OH. The hydorogen attached to the oxygen in the -OH portion of that molecule will occasionally become unattached when methanol is mixed with water, giving methanol a SLIGHTLY more acidic characteristic than pure water. Thus, the more available one or more hydrogen ions are in the hydrocarbon you are considering, the lower the pH. Note, though, that the number of hydrogens in a molecule does not mean that they are all available. Hexane, C6H6, is less acidic than our methanol example, because the hydrogens are less available.
Methanol is far more polar than hexane. Hexane is nonpolar.