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A liquid, solid, or gas that dissolves another solid, liquid, or gaseous solute, resulting in a solution that is soluble in a certain volume of solvent at a specified temperature.

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Calcium acetate decomposes starting at around 160 degrees Celsius, according to Wikipedia. So yes, it is definitely possible to do so in a gas flame.
answered Jun 9 '16 by sadljkfhalskdjfh
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A partial answer, after a few experiments: Butane is soluble in vegetable oil. The specific type of vegetable oil used is olive oil. This is the process I followed: Get some liquid butane out of a b …
answered Nov 11 '16 by sadljkfhalskdjfh
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I learned from these wiki pages that acetone can be produced from calcium acetate, which can be produced by the reaction of eggshells and vinegar. However, I couldn't find the required temperature. Wo …
asked Mar 26 '16 by sadljkfhalskdjfh
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Is it practical (or even possible) to store gaseous alkanes such as methane or ethane in liquid non-polar solvents, such as mineral oil or vegetable oil, and how much more (or less) methane can be …
asked Sep 13 '16 by sadljkfhalskdjfh