Answer to Question #65557 in Other Biology for Irshad

Question #65557
Why doesn't oil dissolve in water.Give a scientific explanation.
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Expert's answer
2017-03-02T08:27:27-0500
Answer:
Oil doesn’t dissolve in water because water forms a polar covalent bond and oil forms a non-covalent bond.
Since molecules dissolve with other molecules that share similar characteristics, oil doesn’t dissolve in water.

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