Well...Magnesium sulfate actually does dissolve in water- you simply have to heat up the water.
oil is nonpolar and water is polar
Oxygen does dissolve in water, how do you think aquatic animals survive without dissolved oxygen.
There are many compounds that don't dissolve in water, but the most insoluble compound is mercury sulfide.
A substance that does not dissolve in water is said to be insoluble (in water). It should be noted that pepper is soluble in water.
It doesnt dissolve in cold water because of the salt that hot cocoa contains
using water displacement because it doesnt float on water and it doesnt dissolve in water
Water is a polar molecule so all nonpolar molecules will not dissolve in water. Examples of nonpolar molecules are oil, wax, and ethane.
a solid that doesnt dissolve in water
no because organic compounds are compounds containing carbons and doesnt dissolve in water.
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