the things dissolve in water because it is polar molecule.
Any things dissolve in salt, salt is dissolved in water.
They dissolve by sinking in to the water.
Polarity gives water the ability to dissolve things.
Things Dissolve - 1957 was released on: USA: 1957
A liquid that can dissolve things is a solvent. The thing being dissolved is a solute.
Bases dissolve two things- Fats Oils
Yes, at some point most things dissolve
Many things dissolve in daily life. For example, both salt and sugar will dissolve in water in daily life. Most powdered drinks and vitamins will also dissolve.
Water can dissolve many things. Hence it is called a universal solvent.
most things dissolve faster in hot water.
Some things that dissolve in water are sugar, soda, food coloring, chocolate syrup, and food particles. Other things that dissolve is salt, vinegar, coffee powder, and copper sulfate.
Things that do not dissolve in water are 1.Oil 2.Carbon 3.Calcium Carbonate ETC
Naptha can cut wax off of things, It might dissolve it?
No, it is not. Water is a polar substance. CCl4 is nonpolar. Nonpolar things only dissolve nonpolar things, and polar things only dissolve polar things.
The cast of Things Dissolve - 1957 includes: Ray Suffron as Boy Scientist
No, a solvent can dissolve many things and not necessarily just sugar. Water is a solvent and also a liquid and can dissolve sugar, However, it can also dissolve many other things.
Ice melts. Dissolve is used for things that degrades when added to water.
No it does not dissolve wood it can only dissove the eatible things in life.
you can dissolve loads of things
There are a lot of things that will not dissolve like us, rocks paper, wood, plastic, metal, etc. Things that will not dissolved are called insoluble.
depends- different solents can dissolve different things: e.g, water dissolves salt, but not other things, like iron
because some things do not have the substance to dissolve. while others can. Such as, A lifesaver, it can disolve but a piece of meat cannot.
Yes and no it depends on what the powder is, water will dissolve salt sugar and other powder like them but will not dissolve most other things, it usually only lets in things that can make a hydrogen bond.
Well it could be any pH because water which has a pH of 7(neutral) can dissolve things for example sugar. But if it is more acidic (a lower pH) it will probably dissolve things quicker.