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Grade: 12

                        

Alkyl halides are polar but immiscible in water ..also explain solubility of these in water

4 years ago

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Umakant biswal
5359 Points
							
@ mukul 
haloalkanes are slightly soluble in water , to dissolve it require energy to overcome the attraction between haloalkane molecule and break hydrogen bond between water molecule . 
less energy is released when new are attraction are setup between haloalkanes and water molecule , 
these are not strong as orginal hydrogen bonds in water , as a result in water their solubility is very low 
HOPE IT CLEARS YOUR DOUBT 
ALL THE BEST ..
4 years ago
Arfat Sarole
11 Points
							the molecules of water are held together by H bonds . Since the new forces of attraction between water and alkyl halide molecules are weaker than the forces of attraction already existing between alkyl halide - alkyl halide molecules and water - water molecules . Thus alkyl halide are immiscible with water .
						
3 years ago
kirti
13 Points
							
since water is a polar solvent having high value of dielectric constant,the polar compounds are fairly soluble in water.alkyl halides are polar but cannot form hydrogen bonds with water.
one year ago
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