Why are covalent compounds insoluble in water?

Asked by chuckles | 3rd Oct, 2010, 03:19: PM

Expert Answer:

Most of covalent compounds are insoluble in water as they do not dissosciate into ions rather they are made up  of molecules
The polar covalent compounds which have small charges  are indeed soluble in water
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