SOLUBILITY: 1-butanol [C 4 H 9 OH]: 0,005 (20°), 1-hexanol [C 6 H 14 O]: 0,001 (20°) 1-pentanol [CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 OH]: 0,002 (20°) 2-butanol [CH 3 CH(OH)CH 2 CH 3]: 0,00047 (25°), 2-ethylhexanol [C 8 H 18 O]: 0,0001 (20°) ammonia liquid [NH 3]: 4,2 (-30°), 12,9 (0°) acetone [(CH 3) 2 CO]: 0,000032 (18°) benzalcohol [C 6 H 5 CH 2 OH]: 0,017 (20°) water [H 2 O]: 35,7 (0°), 35,9 ...
Sugar is soluble in alcohols while salt is not. Simply mix the two in alcohol and filter the solution to get the salt. Then evaporate the alcohol sugar mixture and you will be left with the sugar.
Deliquescent salts are usually soluble in alcohol, potassium carbonate being a notable exception to this rule, while salts which effloresce are mostly insoluble. Sulphur and phosphorus are dissolved to a small extent, and iodine freely.
COMPOUND. SOLUBILITY in 100 ml WATER (g) SOLUBILITY in 100 ml ALCOHOL (g) 1,4-naphthoqinone. slight . 1-naphthol. very slightly. very. 2-butoxyethanol. soluble