Answer to Question #17282 in Physical Chemistry for khoula gohar
Non-polar substances are not soluble in water or not well soluble, so water is not universal solvent, meaning that it can dissolve anything.
On the other hand, anything can be dissolved in water, but solubility degree can be extremely low. E.g. benzene solubility in water is 1.79 g/L (25 °C).
NB! c6h12o6 – glucose, benzene& - C6H6. Benzene solubility in water is 1.79 g/L (25 °C)
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