Miscibility of Solvents

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Below you will find a table that deals with the miscibility of HPLC solvents. There are several "universal" HPLC solvents such as tetrahydrofuran and acetonitrile, which are miscible with almost all others except hexane and pentane. By far the most useful "rinsing, or cleanout" solvent is iso-propanol, which is miscible with all others at all concentration levels. (When you are at the end of the page, you can use your mouse 'double-click' to return the top of this page.)

 

Solvent Miscibility Table

      immiscible;       miscible.

 

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11                     11
12                       12
13                         13
14                           14
15                             15
16                               16
17                                 17
18                                   18
19                                     19
20                                       20
21                                         21
22                                           22
23                                             23
24                                               24
25                                                 25
26                                                   26
27                                                     27
28                                                       28
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last update: augustus 11, 2007