Water is a polar molecule, meaning that one end is negative and the other positive. Substances dissolve in water by "sticking" to one end of the water molecule. The better the molecules adhere, the more you can dissolve into a given quantity. The relatively tiny size of the water molecule, combined with its high polarity, has led it to be called "the universal solvent."
No, it is not a new substance. It is a solution.
Just by combining them together in a bucket or bowl. __________ To get more salt to mix with water, heat or boil the water. The hotter the liquid, the more substance it can mix with. You can also stir the solution, which helps as well.
If you mix cornstarch and glycerol you get a gel like substance that will take a sightly yellow complexion compared to cornstarch and water. This is not the same substance that you get if you mix cornstarch and water
A substance that is miscible will "mix" easily with another substance. Oil, however, is immiscible with water - it does not mix.
A soap or emulsifier will cause oil and water to mix, although not perfectly.
A substance that doesn't mix with water is a hydrophobic substance. Common examples would be cooking oil, gasoline, petroleum jelly and wax.
A hydrophobic substance is any substance which "fears" water. In other words it will not mix with water. Remember hydro = water and phobia = fear.
Polar liquids and some ionic solutions mix well with water.
Simply said, Water and oil don't mix and lipids are fats or oils.They will separate.they are a polar substance and water is a non-polar substance so they cant mix together.
Water and oil do not mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. The general rule of solubility is like dissolves like.
this meens it will not mix with any other substace easily well if its insoluble its hould mix at all.
I do not think that vinegar (Usually a diluted solution of water and acetic acid) will have any chemical reaction since vinegar is (I think) a polar compound as well as water. Oil is a non-polar substance and should not mix well with vinegar, especially since it does not mix in well with water and most vinegar solutions only have 5% acetic acid and 95% water.
They mix quite well, no reaction.
Well water is a mixture of water and minerals.
yes. in fact, when you mix salt with water, you get salt water. =]
Water, of course ! Water is the liquid that doesn't mix well with oil.
If you want liquids that mix well, milk and water is a good mixture. Some muffin or waffle recipes use a mix of milk and water. Liquids that don't mix well are oil and water. The oil will sit on top of the water. In baking, you sometimes mix milk and oil or milk and lemon juice, and they don't mix well.
It is the inability for one substance to mix with another. Water and oil for instance.
Yes it is a pure substance. Because when it mix with water you can't see the salt anymore because it dissolve and leave the water in the same color.
Oil is a nonpolar substance and water is a polar substance, so the water can't mix with or dissolve the oil.
When you mix flour and water, there is no chemical reaction involved. When you mix the two, it turns to a watery goop or sometimes a simple doughy substance.
sea water is a substance ever thing is a substance well....... every thing that is liquid is definitly a substance like for example a smoothie is a substance and i thin for example a friut like water melon
The definition of hydrophobic is to fail to mix with water or repel water. A hydrophobic substance is oil, because it will float and if mixed, will separate on its own.