Sodium Chloride is least soluble in which of the following liquids?

A. H2O

B. CCl4

C. HF

D. CH3OH

E. CH3COOH

and why?

3 Answers

  • h2o is a polar molecule, and will readily dissolve nacl (sodium chloride)

    ccl4 is your answer. There are already 4 Cl groups, it will not want any more. it will be unreactive.

    HF (hydrofluoric acid lol) will gladly exchange ions. A highly polar molecule.

    ch3oh, will dissolve it (methanoic acid) because the H at the end will dissociate off, and the na+ will be stuck on where the H used to be.

    same with ch3cooh (vinegar)

  • H20

  • i would say it wouldn’t dissolve in maple syrup????

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