Water can only dissolve polar molecules, as it is itself polar. Butane has no polar groups, so water will not dissolve it.
Oil is non-polar , as is Butane. Like dissolves like.
Butane isn't soluble in water, because it is nonpolar while water is a polar solvent.
Yes. Both butane and benzene are non-polar compounds and should dissolve one in the other.
Non-polar, i imagine. it's used to extract oils from plants, and oil is non-polar.
Butane is a saturated alkane which has a high level of hydrophobicity. This arises from the fact that the carbon-carbon bonds and the carbon-hydrogen bonds are nonpolar bonds. So, molecules of butane will tend to group together because of the favorable intermolecular forces between them and the unfavorable interactions with the polar water.
Butane is not a element. Butane has a molar mass.
Butane C4H10 exists in two isomeric forms ,n-butane and Iso-butane
Butane is an unbranched hydrocarbon and methylpropane is a branched isomer of butane.
Butane is organic