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24 March, 04:25

Explain why gasoline is insoluble in water

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  1. 24 March, 08:06
    it's not


    gasoline is not soluble in water in gasoline is a complex mixture of nonpolar compounds such as long-chain hydrocarbons etc water is a polar molecule as a result of the gasoline molecules cannot enter water and borla solution
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