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0.005g of NaCl was added to a 0.50mL of diethyl ether. Is it soluble or insoluble? My guess is that it is soluble because both are polar molecules. Is that correct?

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    Diethyl ether is not very polar. NaCl is ionic. I would guess that it is not soluble.

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    I'm pretty sure it is not solube. If it were water instead of diethyl ehter, it would be soluble.

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    Ahhh okay thank you!

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