Question
Which of the following would be expected to be the most soluble in water?
not possible to decide
н
H
ethylamine H
N H
н н
H
H
H
H
н
H
H
cyclohexane
Н
Н
H
T

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Which of the following would be expected to be the most soluble in water? not possible to decide н H ethylamine H N H н н H H H H н H H cyclohexane Н Н H T

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