A mixture of water and alcohol can be separated by
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Theory:: Normally water and alcohol are have the same boiling point.If we make a mixture of water and alcohol they cannot be seperated by the normal distillation process .SO "AZEOTROPIC EXTRACTIVE DISTILLATION " process used for seperating alcohol and water.
EX: mixture of water and ethanol can be seperated by using benzene as azeotrope. pure ethanol obtained by this process
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How can I mixture wax with alcohol, and this mixture
doesnot separate at normal temperature ?
Can I made this mixture in a form of hard solid ?
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