Problem: What happens to the surface tension and miscibility of an oil as temperature is increased?A) Miscibility and surface tension both increaseB) Miscibility and surface tension both decreaseC) Miscibility increases and surface tension decreasesD) Miscibility decreases and surface tension increasesE) No change occurs in either the miscibility or surface tension.

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What happens to the surface tension and miscibility of an oil as temperature is increased?

A) Miscibility and surface tension both increase

B) Miscibility and surface tension both decrease

C) Miscibility increases and surface tension decreases

D) Miscibility decreases and surface tension increases

E) No change occurs in either the miscibility or surface tension.

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