Problem: Which of the following pair of molecules would be most soluble in hexane or carbon tetrachloride? Explain your choice:  Water, H2O  and  Nonane, CH3(CH2)7CH3

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Which of the following pair of molecules would be most soluble in hexane or carbon tetrachloride? Explain your choice: 

Water, H2O  and  Nonane, CH3(CH2)7CH3

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