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In each of the following pairs of compounds, which compound is likely to be more soluble in CCl4?

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In each of the following pairs of compounds, which compound is likely to be more soluble in CCl4?

Post  aleighmforbes on Wed May 07, 2014 9:36 pm

a) Br2 or NaBr
b) CH3OH or C6H11OH
c) CS2 or KOH
d) I2 or CaF2

I'm pretty that Br2 is more soluble in "a" and I2 is more soluble in "d" due to their not being polar like CCl4... I'm also not certain if CS2 is actually not polar. It doesn't seem to be polar when I draw the structure, but I'm not sure and for "b" I know that in a polar solvent like H20, the shorter hydrocarbon chains are more soluble, but is that the same for non polar solvents??
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Re: In each of the following pairs of compounds, which compound is likely to be more soluble in CCl4?

Post  JasonGHerbalExt on Mon Jan 05, 2015 4:30 am

b) CH3OH or C6H11OH

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