Why covalent compounds are inslouble in water?
Asked by rohanraval2 | 2nd Apr, 2020, 10:19: AM
Covalent compounds aren't usually very soluble in water. Covalent molecules can not dissociate into ions therefore it does not dissolve in water.
There is a saying Like dissolves Like . This generally means that
Nonpolar compounds dissolve nonpolar solvents.
Polar compounds dissolve polar solvents.
Answered by Ramandeep | 2nd Apr, 2020, 11:08: AM
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