Physics

Question

Many ionic and covalent compounds dissolve well in water. This is because (2 points) the temperature of liquid water is high enough to allow anything to mix well with its fast moving particles. the air pressure above the water is greater than the pressure exerted by the moving water particles. the solute particles are small enough to fit in the spaces between the tightly packed solvent particles. the attraction between the solute and solvent is about as strong as the attraction between the solvent particles.

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  • Answer:

    the attraction between the solute and solvent is about as strong as the attraction between the solvent particles.

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