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A polar substance is most soluble in ... ?
A non-polar substance is most soluble in ... ?
A generalized statement summarizing the effect of bond polarity on the solbility of a substance in a solvent is ... ?

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  1. A polar substance is most soluble in water

    A non-polar substance is most soluble in lipids

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  2. Ignore Don's answer. Sra's answer is ok.
    A polar substance is more soluble in a polar solvent.
    A non-polar substance is more soluble in a non-polar solvent.
    A generalized statement is, "Like dissolves like."

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