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Question 1: ________ and ethanol, for example, are miscible since they mix in all proportions.
WaterWater resourcesEarthOxygen

Question 2: Analogous situations occur for other ________.
AlkaneFunctional groupEthyleneAlcohol

Question 3: One example of immiscibility in metals is copper and ________, where rapid freezing to form solid precipitates has been used to create granular GMR materials.
ChromiumZincNickelCobalt

Question 4: This leads to the Parkes process, an example of ________, whereby lead containing any amount of silver is melted with zinc.
Acid-base extractionLiquid-liquid extractionDistillationAzeotrope

Question 5: Substances with extremely low configurational entropy, especially ________, are unlikely to be miscible in one another even in the liquid state.
NylonPolymerPolymer chemistryPlastic

Question 6: For example, ________ is fairly soluble in water, but these two solvents are not miscible since they are not soluble in all proportions.
EthyleneChloroformDiethyl etherNitrous oxide

Question 7: In organic compounds, the weight percent of ________ chain often determines the compound's miscibility with water.
HydrocarbonAlkanePropanePetroleum

Question 8: Immiscible ________ are unable to form alloys.
NonmetalNoble gasMetalHalogen

Question 9: Simple ________ and ketones tend to be miscible with water, since a hydrogen bond can form between the hydrogen atom of a water molecule and the unbonded (lone) pair of electrons on the carbonyl oxygen atom.
AlkeneAlcoholAlkyneAldehyde

Question 10: This is also the case with ________; the very long carbon chains of lipids cause them to almost always be immiscible with water.
CarbohydrateLipidSteroidMetabolism







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