salt water is polar because pf something with its ions !
Salt + Vegetable oil . The salt is the ionic solid and the vegetable oil is the nonpolar liquid
Salt and water are both polar while oil is nonpolar.
it is a salt and therefore ionic is is however slightly soluble in polar solutions
Potassium permanganate is a polar compound. This is a salt that has an ionic formula and being polar refers to the type of molecules that are in a compound.
The salt will not dissolve in the oil because oil is nonpolar and salt is polar, and like dissolves like.
A polar solute will dissolve in a polar solvent but not a nonpolar solvent. A nonpolar solvent will dissolve in a nonpolar solvent but not a polar solvent.
No, salt is not soluble in acetone. It is a polar compound and acetone is a nonpolar compound, so it will not dissolve in it.
The compound NH4CH3CO2 is considered a type of polar compound. This is because it is a type of water-soluble salt.
Honey is Polar and nonpolar
Polar ANYTHING dissolves in water (as long as it's soluable)! Water is polar! And Polar solvents dissolve polar (or ionic) solutes! That's why salt dissolves in water and oil doesn't. (Oil is nonpolar.) This is true the other way as well. Nonpolar solutes can dissolve in nonpolar solvents. That's why oil dissolves in benzene (C6H6) and salt doesn't!
It means that polar substances dissolve other polar substances, and nonpolar substances dissolve other nonpolar substances. (Also, polar substances, such as water, can also dissolve some ionic substances, such as salt, NaCl.)
Nonpolar. No element on its own can be polar.
the nonpolar tails of the salt dissolve in the grease and the polar salt ends dissolve in water
There are many things that determine whether something is polar or nonpolar, such as the chemical structure of the molecule. In the case of water, it is polar.
It is nonpolar