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Water-soluble substances are polar molecules, meaning that they have electrically charged areas. These molecules are called “water-soluble” because they are soluble in water, which is also a polar molecule.
Fat-soluble substances are non-polar molecules, meaning that they are electrically neutral. They are called “fat-soluble” because they dissolve other non-polar substances.
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