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Nonpolar substances do not dissolve easily in water.

Substances that dissolve in water are said to be soluble.Substances dissolved in water form aqueous solutions.

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Water can dissolve many substances because water (H2O) is a polar molecule.

The hydrophilic substances

water cant dissolve hydrophilic substances, fats, or oils

like dissolves like..water is polar so polar or ionic substances will dissolve in water

Two substances are immiscible if they do not dissolve in one another.

the soluble substances dissolve in water where as the insoluble substances do not dissolve in water

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.)

I don't have 3, but two substances that cannot be dissolved in water are fats and oils. Hope this helped:)

In general, non-polar substances do not dissolve in water.

Nonpolar substances are unable to dissolve in water, which is polar.

I'm not sure what your asking but the term for substances that are unable to dissolve in water are called unsoluable.

Polar substances dissolve in polar solvents.

polar substances eaisly dissolve in water because solutes always dissolve in whic solvent that have same nature.

Polar substances will dissolve other polar substances.*Ionic substances will dissolve other ionic substancesNonpolar substances will dissolve other nonpolar substances.*Water is called the universal solvent because it can dissolve both polar and ionic substances. (Although not all ionic substances will be dissolved by water.)

You need at least two substances to make a solution, but you only need to dissolve one of them. A solution of salt water has two substances (salt and water) but only the salt is dissolved.

Substances that dissolve in water are soluble. Soluble substances will be polar because water is also polar. Those substances that do not dissolve in water are insoluble, which are nonpolar.

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.

Water does not dissolve everything. Some substances dont mix with water. Those are hydrophobic substances, ex: oil molecules

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