There will be no reaction
Benzene is a non-polar liquid so silver nitrate (an ionic compound) will not be able to dissolve in this solvent. As a result, there will be no reaction, the solid silver nitrate will sink and accumulate on the bottom of the flask. If the silver nitrate is dissolved in water (ie; an aqueous solution) then the solution will not mix with the benzene, but will sink to the bottom to create to liquid phases with the less dense benzene floating on top.
KCl and AgNO3 are both ionic compounds and both are soluble in water forming clear and colourless solutions. If these two solutions are combined, then a double displacement reaction will occur. You will observe the formation of a white silver chloride precipitate.
KCl(aq) + AgNO3(aq) --> KNO3(aq) + AgCl(s)
although all alcohols have one or more hydroxyl (–oh) functional groups, they do not behave like bases such as naoh and koh. naoh and koh are ionic compounds that contain oh– ions. alcohols are covalent molecules; the –oh group in an alcohol molecule is attached to a carbon atom by a covalent bond.
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