Problem: Why does table salt (NaCl) dissolve readily in water?A. It is a hydrophobic substance.B. It is a polar molecule.C. It is an ionic compound.D. It is a binary compound.

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Why does table salt (NaCl) dissolve readily in water?

A. It is a hydrophobic substance.

B. It is a polar molecule.

C. It is an ionic compound.

D. It is a binary compound.

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