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Solution: Which of the following of each pair is expected to be more soluble in water?CH3OH or CH3Br     SiO2 or H2CO3      C6H12 or C6H12Oa) CH3OH     SiO2       C6H12O6b) CH3OH     H2CO3    C6H12O6c) CH3Br       SiO2       C6H12d) CH3Br       SiO2       C6H12O6e) CH3OH     H2CO3    C6H12

Problem

Which of the following of each pair is expected to be more soluble in water?

CH3OH or CH3Br     SiO2 or H2CO3      C6H12 or C6H12O

a) CH3OH     SiO2       C6H12O6

b) CH3OH     H2CO   C6H12O6

c) CH3Br       SiO2       C6H12

d) CH3Br       SiO2       C6H12O6

e) CH3OH     H2CO3    C6H12