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Question One:
Comment on the solubility of hydrogen ( H2 ) in liquid ammonia ( NH3 ). State whether you expect hydrogen to be highly soluble or almost insoluble, and explain why.

i)Highly soluble due to hydrogen bonding.
ii)Highly soluble due to compatible nature of bonds.
iii)Almost insoluble due to different types of bonding.
iv)Almost insoluble due to differences in density.


Question Two
Comment on the solubility of potassium iodide ( KI) in liquid iodine ( I2 ). State whether you expect potassium iodide to be highly soluble or almost insoluble, and explain why.

i)Highly soluble due to interactions between iodine atoms.
ii)Highly soluble due to compatible nature of bonds.
iii)Almost insoluble due to different types of bonding.
iv)Almost insoluble due to differences in density.

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    Question One:
    iii)Almost insoluble due to different types of bonding.

    Question Two
    iii)Almost insoluble due to different types of bonding.

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