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[*] posted on 10-3-2004 at 16:33
insoluble liquid and diferent density


I looking for example two insoluble liquid and very different density

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[*] posted on 10-3-2004 at 17:15


How different do the densities have to be. You could always go Mercury and *Insert low density organic molecule*

What is this for anyway. Sound kinda like homework to me.
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[*] posted on 10-3-2004 at 17:35


Almost any halogenated liquid solvent and water will work, too.



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[*] posted on 10-3-2004 at 18:25


yeah.. for high density liquids u aint gonna top mercury.... cannon ball will float in mercury....(density 13.456g/ml)
water is about 1g/ml
halogenated dont get much denser than Iodomethane at 2.3g/ml
pentanes pretty much the least dense hydrocarbon......with a density of about 0.6g/ml
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[*] posted on 11-3-2004 at 07:09


or any organic solvent with polar solvent will do!
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[*] posted on 22-4-2004 at 15:40
liquid totally insoluble to the water and density is bigger than 2 g/ml


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How different do the densities have to be. You could always go Mercury and *Insert low density organic molecule*

What is this for anyway. Sound kinda like homework to me.


Please inform me the specific name of three or more liquid totally insoluble to the water and whose density is bigger than 2 g/ml
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[*] posted on 23-4-2004 at 06:19


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Please inform me the specific name of three or more liquid totally insoluble to the water and whose density is bigger than 2 g/ml


Thats easy.. 1,1,2,2 trimethybromuranylamine

An amalgum of Rb, Ca and Al in the exact ration of 20:3:1

and butyl lithium

the latter of course only being 'totally insoluble' in very small amounts of copious water.
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[*] posted on 24-4-2004 at 09:59


Hmmmn, and would FEBA be short for Fernando Baez by any chance?

I think it would be nice if you gave us some background information, before expecting us to make the effort.
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[*] posted on 25-4-2004 at 12:00


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Please inform me the specific name of three or more liquid totally insoluble to the water and whose density is bigger than 2 g/ml


Thats easy.. 1,1,2,2 trimethybromuranylamine

An amalgum of Rb, Ca and Al in the exact ration of 20:3:1

and butyl lithium

the latter of course only being 'totally insoluble' in very small amounts of copious water.


Thank you for your answer.

Please inforn me for 1,1,2,2 trimethybromuranylamine : chemical formula and CAS register number.
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[*] posted on 25-4-2004 at 12:14


Ok mister I've had it with you now. If you can't find a CAS number or chemical formula from a name, then there's no hope for you.

Closed.

Mess with me again and you'll have a post ban glued to your ass.




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