Lipids are hydrophobic
-Lipids are fats, like oil, that are insoluble in water. Lipids are soluble in solvents of low polarity, that is, they are soluble in non polar solvents, since they are hydrophobic (water hating).
- However, there are categories of lipids that are both hydrophobic and hydrophilic. These lipids are called amphiphiles, molecules that contain both large areas of polarity and non-polarity, and are thus both hydrophilic and hydrophobic. Phospholipids have both a long hydrophobic hydrocarbon tail, and a hydrophilic head.
Because the oil particles are non-polar- they have no charge
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Oil is not only lighter than water, but the two fluids simply do not mix together. also. the water molecules are more attracted to water than oil molecules
salt water is stong so nothing can mix with it
The oil does not mix with the water since it has a lower density so it floats on it
They don't mix
Because of the lipids and hydrophobic.
In an oil spill, the oil does not mix with the sea water because lipids are hydrophobic in nature mean they are not water loving
so option A is correct
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the cell cycle is the final answer! : )
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