You need to heat the water up to get the solid to dissolve.
The polyvinyl alcohol is soluble in water.
aniline dissolve in alcohol but not dissolve in water
Yes it dissolves in water (any amount), it is rather called: homogeneously mixable with water
Yes, it will dissolve, because Alcohol is miscible in water (it will dissolve in water in any proportions)
Alcohol is a non-polar solvent and does not dissolve salt as well as water does. If there is water in the alcohol then some of it will dissolve.
Water dilutes alcohol it does not dissolve in alcohol.
It doesn't dissolve in water. It dissolves in alcohol.
No. Table salt (NaCl) will not dissolve in alcohol. It will, however, slightly dissolve in "rubbing alcohol" (which contains water) and many alcoholic beverages that are mostly water.
Salt (sodium chloride) is not soluble in alcohol, but is soluble in water. Nearly all "rubbing alcohol" contains some water, and so will slightly dissolve salt.
Because water is a polar solvent and alcohol isn't.
No. Like water ethyl alcohol is a polar solvent and will not dissolve most nonpolar solutes such as oil.
Plutonim is not soluble in water and alcohols.
Rubbing alcohol will not completely dissolve sand, only partially. It is slightly soluble due to rubbing alcohol containing some water.
Yes, they are fully miscible. This means that water dissolves in alcohol at any ratio and vice versa.
Because water is a polar solvent.
Partially. Rubbing alcohol is diluted with water, and it's actually the water in which the salt dissolves. Salt is nearly insoluble in alcohol.
Like dissolves like. Polar inorganic compounds will dissolve in polar solvents like water or alcohol.
There is no special reaction, the salt will tend to dissolve in the water mixed with the alcohol.
Alcohol can dissolve in water. It can dissolve in any proportion. Once mixed, these two substances can hardly be isolated from each other unless subjected to distillation process.
0.5 g of Polyvinyl Alcohol in 10 mL of water, heating in water (80 degree C, low solubility below 60 degrre C) with stirring for 15min, then cool it to room temperature and another 4-5 hours of stirring at ambient temperature should give you a homogenous solution.