The components of an emulsion are liquids normally immiscible.
Oil and vinagar or oil and water
A solvent and another solvent
If you mix things together, you get a mixture.
The most chemically simple form of pure matter is that of a pure element, not chemically bonded in any way.
No, not all substances dissolve in water to form a solution. Cooking oil is a good example, if you mix with water it will remain separated and float to the top - it is less dense. Water would have to break almost all its intermolecular hydrogen bonds in order to accomodate it (which of course it doesn't), and therefore it does not form a solution. Solubility depends on what you are adding to the water. If you are adding an alcohol for example, it has O-H bonds which will readily form hydrogen bonds with the water molecules, and so dissolves. Water is also a polar solvent, so ionic substances will also tend to dissolve in it. Hope that helps!
Iridium can form alloys with copper.
All substances that are water repelling are considered hydrophobic substances. Ex: Oil, Waxes, etc..
They simply form the emulsions because pigments present in paints are insoluble in water.
Yoy think probable to a nonhomogeneous mixture.
my name is CierraI am currently working on emulsions. this is why paint is an emulsion:Emulsions are a mixture of two substances that do not mix. One of the substances is dispersed in the other. Emulsions have a clouded look due to the various substance boundaries that scatter light rays passing through them. Emulsions are not formed naturally and are generally unstable. Paints are a kind of emulsion. The paint pigments are suspended in a solvent that is also used to control the viscosity of the emulsion paint.
Two or more types of metals or non metals combine to form an alloy.
I assume you mean during an extraction or wash in a sep funnel. It depends on many factors: 1) Choice of solvent. Dichloromethane is very prone to forming emulsions, while it is almost impossible to form one with ethyl acetate. 2) Shaking violently tends to form emulsions. For this reason use a gentle rocking motion to mix the two layers. 3) If an emulsion does form, adding a small amount of brine can often break up the emulsion. 4) If an emulsion forms and you can't get rid of it, you can just wait it out (but sometimes it takes an entire night... not a big deal if your purification is not pressing).
Miscible means two substances can mix together , Immiscible means they can't mix together .
You get a mixture.
Oil does mix with other substances for instance if you had some pure ethanol, oil would dissolve in it.
These substances are called immiscible; for example water and vegetable oil.