What kind of matter is not very soluble?
Metals and Wood
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Solubility is a physical property of matter. This is the process inwhich two separate states of matter can be perfectly combined tocreate an entirely new type of matter.
No , it is not. Chalk is calcite - calcium carbonate (CaCO 3 ), and it won't dissolve in water.
What kind of organelle would you expect to find very abundant in liver cells that are engaged in detoxifying lipid-soluble drugs?
The kind of organelle that is very abundant in liver cells is the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), specifically the smooth ER. It is found in the hepatocytes of the liver that detoxifies lipid-soluble drugs.
All strong acids, which definitely includes HCl, are very soluble in water.
It is not very soluble in water. It's solubility in water is .001g/100cm cubed
Because it is very polar so attracts and hydrogen-bonds with lots of water molecules.
sugar is soluble in water because it is a polar molecule. water is also a polar molecule... a simple way to remember if a solute will dissolve in a solvent is "like dissolves like" so polar water will dissolve polar molecules... nonpolar substances will dissolve other nonpolar substances
solubility an intrinsic property
Solubility is a characteristic of the solvent.
how well something dissolves. Ya basically it means how well it dissolves in water. Of course very soluble means it easily dissolves and insoluble means it doesn't dissolve in water.
It is highly water soluble (hydrophillic) related to it's polarity. It is a polar molecule, meaning it has a partial negative and a partial positive side, and therefore the negative portion of ammonia (Nitrogen) would attract the positive portion of of water (hydrogen), and the positive portion of a…mmonia (hydrogen) would attract the negative portion of water (oxygen).
Solubility is the property of a liquid, solid, or gaseous chemical matter known as a solute to dissolve in a solid, liquid, or gaseous solvent. Solubility is also frequently said to be one of the distinctive properties of a substance. (: good luck!
Sodium Chloride is an ionic compound and ha a high hydration energy. Hence, it is highly soluble in polar solvents like water, But it is not very soluble in gasoline since gasoline is a non-polar solvent.
No it is EXTREMELY INSOLUBLE
none I believe oats (Oatmeal, cheerios) is soluble fiber.
ammonia (NH3) is very soluble in water
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No. Solubility is a substance's ability to dissolve in water.
Gravy Granules! or a proper answer would be Salt
yes it is a charecterristic property of mass
Hydrophobic amino acids on lipid bi-layer
solubility of an ionic compound decreases in the presence of a common ion. A common ion in the solution, that is common to the ionic compound being dissolved. for example the silver ion in silver nitrate solution is common to the silver in silver chloride. the presence of a common ion must be taken …into accounts when determining the solubility of an ionic compounds.
Because NaCl is a polar, ionic compound.