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If performing an interpolation still passes as «simple» for you, you may find experimentally determined values about iPrOH in water tabulated for example in journals about (chemical) engineering. The previews of this and this give you about 10 entries for free (which may be complemented by the entries in the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics like here). ...


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In general, ions are more attracted to water ( in sense of favourable energy state), due bigger and more localized charge, compared to polar molecules. But, ions are often even more than to water attracted to other molecules or ions, forming charged or neutral complexes, or precipitates.


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