Learn why some liquids do not mix with each other
RN: 10112903 - CHEMISTRY > CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
3 & 4
Not all liquids can be mixed together to form one new liquid substance. If more than one liquid cannot be mixed together it is called 'immiscible' liquids. In this science experiment we will investigate the strange behaviour of some of these 'immiscible' liquids:
STUFF YOU NEED [MATERIALS]
- FOOD COLOURING
- TAP WATER
- RUBBING ALCOHOL
- COOKING OIL
- DISHWASHING LIQUID
- 2x GLASS JARS
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