Why is ethyl alcohol a water-miscible solvent?


the reasons for this is that part of the alcohol is polar molecules and part of the molecule is non polar but the alcohol will mix either polar substance or non polar substance.
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water forms a lattice of hydrogen bonds. Things are miscible in water if they dont significantly disrupt this lattice. Alcohol has a OH group in it and so can form H bonds. The bigger
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Generally the stronger acid will be that molecule which yields a conjugate base that is the weaker base (less strongly alkaline). If you write out the acidic reactions: CH3OH <
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