Hot Student Stories

Which is true about dissolving a polar substance in water? A) The solvent particles are all non-polar molecules. B) The solute particles are carried into the solution. C) The solute particles have no attraction for the solvent molecules. D) The solute particles are very different from the solvent molecules.

Kathy Robinson

in Chemistry

1 answer

1 answer

Megan Page on January 16, 2018

I'm guessing the correct answer of the choices presented above is option B. the Dissolution of a substance is polar in water will allow the solute particles to be carried into the solution. Particles of solute are dissolved in the water, since water is a polar molecule.

Add you answer