Chemistry (12th Edition)

Published by Prentice Hall
ISBN 10: 0132525763
ISBN 13: 978-0-13252-576-3

Chapter 15 - Water and Aqueous Systems - 15 Assessment: 43

Answer

HCl is a polar substance. When placed in water, the solvent molecules of water can entrap the polar solute molecules. It dissolves. NaI is an ionic substance. When placed in water, the solvent molecules of water can entrap the polar solute molecules. It dissolves. NH3 is an polar substance. When placed in water, the solvent molecules of water can entrap the polar solute molecules. It dissolves.

Work Step by Step

HCl is a polar substance. When placed in water, the solvent molecules of water can entrap the polar solute molecules. It dissolves. NaI is an ionic substance. When placed in water, the solvent molecules of water can entrap the polar solute molecules. It dissolves. NH3 is an polar substance. When placed in water, the solvent molecules of water can entrap the polar solute molecules. It dissolves.
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