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Solution: Rank the liquids NH3, CH3OH, CH3CH2F, CCl4 by their miscibility in heptane (C7H16), from most miscible to least. 1. CH3CH2F > CCl4 > CH3OH > NH3 2. CCl4 > CH3CH2F > CH3OH > NH3 3.

Problem

Rank the liquids NH3, CH3OH, CH3CH2F, CCl4 by their miscibility in heptane (C7H16), from most miscible to least.

1. CH3CH2F > CCl4 > CH3OH > NH3

2. CCl4 > CH3CH2F > CH3OH > NH3

3. CH3CH2F > CH3OH > CCl4 > NH3

4. NH3 > CH3OH > CH3CH2F > CCl4

5. CCl4 > CH3CH2F > NH3 > CH3OH