Why Cumene is insoluble in water?
answer: because the bonds between the molecules are too strong to be broken explanation: that is because there are double bonds between the atoms in the molecules that strengthens the force of attraction between the molecules example: its almost the same principle with a bottle, when the bottle is empty its easy to change its shape but when the bottle is compressed to its max there is nothing u can do to reshape it unless u break it.
Cumene is the common name the IUPAC standard name is Isopropylbenzene
It is insoluble in water
PbI2 is insoluble in water.
Sand is insoluble in water.
fats and oils are insoluble in water.
Yes, oil is insoluble in water.
PbCl2 is insoluble in water.
Sawdust is insoluble in water.
ZnCO3 is insoluble in water.
oils are insoluble in water
It insoluble because the compound contains the element carbon; which is insoluble in water.
Oils are insoluble in water because they are bases.
Butane is insoluble in water because it is nonpolar.
All fluorides are insoluble in water!
Fatty acids are insoluble in water.
If a substance is water insoluble it does not dissolve in water. One example is oil.
Insoluble in water but soluble in oil
Lipids are nonpolar and insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol though.
Oil is insoluble in water (insoluble means it does not dissolve).
Things that are insoluble in water are called hydrophobes or hydrophobic.
Yes, the halides of Silver, Mercury and Lead are insoluble in water.
It is hydrophobic, which makes it insoluble in water. But it soluble in organice solvents.
Alumina (Al2O3) is insoluble in water.
If the salt is insoluble, any ions in water and the measured pH is the pH of water.
'does not dissolve' e.g Salt is soluble in water because it dissolves in water. Sand is insoluble in water because it does not dissolve in it. Insoluble means dose not melt in to a different material
Insoluble means unable to be dissolved (as in liquids, usually water). for example iron filings are insoluble - they cannot be dissolved in water It means it won't dissolve in a particular solvent. NOTHING is completely insoluble and there is a solvent for almost any substance. Example : Styrofoam cups are insoluble in coffee, but they are soluble in gasoline. Most plastics and metals are insoluble in water.
Soluble describes something that can be dissolved in water. Insoluble describes something that can not be dissolved in water. Salt is soluble, it will dissolve in water. Oil is insoluble, oil will float on the surface of water.
all the liquids having lower densities than water are insoluble
by heating the mixture so the water will evaporate and the insoluble substance will remain
Hydrophobic molecules are insoluble in water. These include oils and grease.
Oil is insoluble in water. If you try to mix them, the oil will just float on top of the water.
because it is just insoluble
Insoluble solids are solids that do not dissolve in water.
Yes, it is insoluble in water
This kind of salt is insoluble in water.
The empirical formula for cumene a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen is C3H4. Its Molecular mass is 120 g. What is the molecular formula for cumene?
This molecular formula is C9H12.
Bacteria essentially need water to live, they are surrounded by it but not dissolved: they are insoluble.
The most immediate example of an insoluble item is oil and water. Gravel is insoluble in water. Soluble items will have like polarity and structure of their molecules.
All metals are insoluble in water. Metal salts and metal hydroxides may or may not be soluble in water.
Oils, waxes and lipids are usually insoluble in water.
Flour is insoluble because it does not dissolve in water.
For example stainless steel is practically insoluble in water.
Cobalt carbonate is practically insoluble in water.
AgOH, silver hydroxide, is insoluble in water.
The name of this reaction is Friedel-Crafts acylation. It should have a major product adding a ketone at the para position with regard to the isopropyl of the cumene.
An insoluble salt added to water remain as a residue at the bottom of the beaker. Example of insoluble salts in water are: CuS, AgCl, Fe2S, CaCO3, MgCO3 etc.
the soluble substances dissolve in water where as the insoluble substances do not dissolve in water
Many organic compounds are insoluble in water. They have carbon and hydrogen as elements.
no. The water is the solvent and the sand is the insoluble material. When you have a insoluble material it sits at the bottom. Sand is more dense then water.
Because of its hydrocarbon chain. If a molecule has a hydrocarbon chain with more than 4 carbons on it then it is insoluble in water. CH3(CH2)8CH2OH = 10 Carbons so then, insoluble in water