The polar part of the soap and detergents dissolve in water molecules due to?

A. Dipole – Dipole Forces
B. Dipole – Induced dipole forces
C. Hydrogen Bonding
D. London Dispersion Forces


Correct Answer: C. Hydrogen Bonding

Detail about MCQs

Soap and detergents have polar “head” groups that can form hydrogen bonds with water molecules. This interaction allows them to dissolve in water while the nonpolar “tail” portions of these molecules can interact with and solubilize nonpolar substances, such as oils and grease.

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