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Why are salt and alcohol both able to dissolve in water? Salt is ionic and alcohol is polar, so they are both attracted to the polar water molecule. Salt is ionic and alcohol is nonpolar, so they are both attracted to the polar water molecule. Salt is ionic and alcohol is polar, so they are both attracted to the nonpolar water molecule. Salt is ionic and alcohol is nonpolar, so they are both attracted to the nonpolar water molecule.

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    To start polar attracts polar Non polar and polar do not attract So that crosses b and c off

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    so a would be correct

  4. taramgrant0543664
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    Yes water and small chained alcohols are polar so A is correct

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