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If peas are not rinsed in disinfectant how would the water dissolve?
By evaporating the water out, which precipitates the sugar back into its crystalline form.
The level of total dissolved solids in water does affect chlorine disinfection. That's why there is a recommended specification for the level of total dissolved solids in …water for the water that is sent to homes.
no, it is an oil based substance
Split peas will need to be rinsed off before cooking and eating them. This is a safety precaution in case of bacteria on the surface of the peas.
Rinse it out. I.e. Use a strainer
poopoo in it
No, oil will not dissolve in water, it separates.
No because it will take away some of the salt that you have rinsed out your throat with and it won't work as affectively as it should.
Yes, apple juice is soluble.
How long should a thermometer soak in a disinfectant before it is safe to rinse in cold water and use on a patient?
About 10 minutes.
No I wouldnt expect phopholipids to dissolve in water since cell membranes are made up of phospholipids and they separate aqeous solutions on both sides of the cell. If phosph…olipids did dissolve in water then we wouldn't have cells.
yeahh cant help you there
Obviouly, but only if the water is 10 % milk
A nonpolar substance, such as vegetable oil, would not dissolve well in water because water is a polar molecule and dissolves other polar molecules and many ionic compounds, b…ut not nonpolar substances.