If two liquids are mutually soluble, they are called miscible liquids.
miscible liquids are those liquids which readily mix with each other. Examples of miscible liquids are water and alcohol. If we take water in a test tube and then add alcohol to it then we will observe that they mix together and we cannot see different layers. Immiscible liquids are those liquids which cannot be mixed together. For example, when you add oil to a test tube that contains water then you can see two different layers indicating that they do not mix together.
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