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Solution: Choose the pair of substances that are most likely to form a homogeneous solution. LiBr and C5H12 C6H14 and C10H20 I2 and CH3OH N2O4 and NH4Cl None of the pairs above will form a homogeneous solution.

Problem

Choose the pair of substances that are most likely to form a homogeneous solution. 

LiBr and C5H12 

C6H14 and C10H20 

I2 and CH3OH 

N2O4 and NH4Cl 

None of the pairs above will form a homogeneous solution.

Solution

LiBr and C5H12 (LiBr is ionic (polar) and C5H12 is a hydrocarbon (nonpolar). LiBr will be immiscibe at non polar solvents)

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