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28 February, 18:27

Why is soap mixed with water?

O A. The soap turns the water molecules into a nonpolar solvent.

B. It covalently bonds to the water so it can be washed away.

O C. Its polar end mixes with the water so it can be washed away.

D. The soap becomes chemically active when mixed with water.

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  1. 28 February, 18:46
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    A because it deslives
  2. 28 February, 19:44
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    a) the soap turns the water molecules into a nonpolar solvent
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