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Hydrogen bonding usually allows the lower carbon length alcohols to be soluble in water. Higher carbon length alcohols tend not to be soluble because of the hydrophobicity that the long carbon chain imparts onto the molecule.


Also, what's with replacing the O's with 0's (o's with zeros)

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