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Why is soap used to remove grease? a. its nonpolar end dissolves the grease. b. it makes the water bond with the grease. c. it chemically bonds with the grease. d. its polar end dissolves the grease. correct answer for apex – a, its nonpolar end dissolves the grease.
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Grease does not mix with water, making it hydrophobic.
The non – polar ends of the soap molecules are drawn to grease and out of the water making soap bubbles that dissolve and float away the grease.
A is the correct answer