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Homework Help: Chemistry Lab

Posted by Natasha on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 12:13am.

Which of the following would NOT be a factor for a solute to dissolve in water?

A. A solute separates into ions which are supported by hydration.
B. Electrostatic attraction between the partially charged atoms in water molecules and the solute.
C. A solute has a higher formula weight than water.
D. A solute contains a molecular dipole.
E. All of these are factors.

i am pretty sure it is C but not positive.

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