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Which is true about dissolving a polar substance in water

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on January 26, 2018

The list of answer options is the missing.I did some research on the internet and found this is the full question, including the answer choices:Which is true about the dissolution of a substance is polar in the water?A. The solvent particles are all nonpolar molecules.B. The solute particles are carried to the solution.C. The solute particles have no attraction for the molecules of the solvent.D. The solute particles are very different from the molecules of the solvent.The correct response is option B. The solute particles are carried to the solution.We will review each of the options.A. The solvent particles are all nonpolar molecules.FalseThe solvent is water, and water is a polar solvent. This is due to the difference of electronegativity of the atoms H and O, the bonds form dipoles (the oxygen atoms have a negative charge and partial of the hydrogen atoms have a positive charge partial). And, given that the molecule is not symmetrical the dipoles of performance of a polar molecule.B. The solute particles are carried to the solution.That is true: to be the solute polar substance negative ends of solute will be attracted by the positive part H of water, and the positive ends of the solute will be attracted by the negative part Or of water, which means water molecules surround the solute particles.C. The solute particles have no attraction for the molecules of the solvent.According to the explanations given above this is false.D. The solute particles are very different from the molecules of the solvent.False, because the particles of the solute are similar to the molecules of a solvent in which both of them are polar.


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