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24 February, 02:57

Based off molecular polarity determined by VSEPR theory, in which solvent would glucose be the least soluble?

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  1. 24 February, 03:59
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    Glucose will be least soluble in non polar solvent

    Explanation:

    Glucose is a polar compound

    According to VSEPR theory like compounds are soluble in like solvents means polar compounds are soluble in polar solvents and non polar compounds are soluble in non polar compounds

    As glucose is a polar compound so it will be more soluble in polar solvent and least soluble in non polar solvent
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