We are asked which of the following is true for the solubility of NaCl(s) and CH4(g) in water.
The solubility of the majority of substances increases as the temperature increases.
NaCl(s) and CH4(g) solubility both increase when the temperature is increased.
NaCl(s) → soluble salt
CH4(g) → non-polar → not soluble in water
Which of the following is true for the solubility of NaCl(s) and CH4(g) in water?
A) Increasing the temperature will increase the solubility of CH4
B) Increasing the temperature will decrease the solubility of NaCl
C) Both NaCl and CH4 are very soluble in water
D) Neither NaCl nor CH4 are very soluble in water
E) None of the above
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