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I read somewhere that it is the polarity of water molecules that makes water a universal solvent. Then what about Hydrogen sulfide? Even Hydrogen sulfide(H2S) shows polarity. Why isnt it capable of dissolving as many substances as water? Thanks!


I read somewhere that it is the polarity of water molecules that makes water a universal solvent. Then what about Hydrogen sulfide? Even Hydrogen sulfide(H2S) shows polarity. Why isnt it capable of dissolving as many substances as water?
Thanks!

Grade:9

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Jishnu R
19 Points
10 years ago

The Degree Polarity of H2S is not same as that of H2O. both has different the leads to the difference in the capabilty of dissolving.

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