Problem: Which of the following species would be expected to be the most miscible to benzene (C6H6)? 1. methanol, CH3OH 2. sugar, C6H12O6 3. hydrogen fluoride, HF 4. silicon dioxide, SiO2 5. decane, C10H22

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Which of the following species would be expected to be the most miscible to benzene (C6H6)?

1. methanol, CH3OH

2. sugar, C6H12O6

3. hydrogen fluoride, HF

4. silicon dioxide, SiO2

5. decane, C10H22

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