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When water is dissovled in water what is the water?
No, sand is not dissolved in water because sand has larger molecules than water molecules.
Salts are polar solids, cation and anions, that readily dissolve in water.
no because salt comes from water n is at the bottom of oceans that is what you called salt waters and
No, wax and water are immiscible.
it does not only when boiled
Yes, otherwise it would not be suitable for use as a sterilising agent in swimming pools.
Any non-polar substance will not dissolve in water (insoluble).
Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH3. It is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent odour. Ammonia contributes significantly to the nutri…tional needs of terrestrial organisms by serving as a precursor to food and fertilizers. Ammonia, either directly or indirectly, is also a building block for the synthesis of many pharmaceuticals. Although in wide use, ammonia is both caustic and hazardous.
It is a physical process.
No, naphthalene is a non polar organic solid so insoluble in water.
The easiest way is to evaporate the water off which may be speeded up by boiling
Solvation, or dissolution is a process where a solute dissolves in a solvent. Water can dissolves all ionic compounds and all polar molecules. This is possible because wat…er is polar, Oxygen is more electronegative than Hydrogen so it attracts the electrons closer to itself so the Oxygen side of the covalent bond is slightly negative and the Hydrogen side slightly positive shown by delta +/-. Waters bent-planar (V shaped) structure also makes it polar as if it was linear (a line) the slightly negative charges would cancel each other out stopping a permanent dipole forming. ....δ- ....O .../..\\ ..H...H ..δ+..δ+ (ignore the .s) Dissolving polar compounds; When a polar solute is used such as Hydrogen Fluoride shown below the molecule is held in solution with the water by stabling it though attracting it to its slightly positive and negative component parts of the water atom. ....δ- ....O .../..\\ ..H...H ..δ+..δ+ ..δ-...δ- ..F....F ..|....| ..H...H ..δ+..δ+ ect Dissolving ionic compounds; Water stabiles ionic compounds by breaking the ionic bond, by interfering with the attraction between the positive ion and the negative ion. Again the permanent dipoles are responsible for this sufficient dipoles "surround" the ions and the attraction between the ions is eventually lost as. Note for negative ions H δ+ `s will face the ion and for positive ions the O δ- `s will face the ion. See related links for a diagram,
A base reract with acids.