1. Which of the following substances is most likely to be soluble in a nonpolar solvent? a. glucose b. graphite c. sulfur d. lithium fluoride 2. Relevant equations Is there a way to figure out which of the nonpolar molecules above would most likely be soluble using the structure of the substances? 3. The attempt at a solution Lithium fluoride is ionic so it is polar so it cannot be it. Glucose does not appear to have perfect symmetry so I assumed that it was slightly polar. Sulfur and graphite are pure elements, and I don't understand why sulfur would more likely to be soluble in nonpolar solvent. Ksp seems useless here since we are not dealing with ionic compounds.