1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Which solvent would be a better choice to dissolve each of the following? Tetracholride or Water a - thiamine hydrochloride b - CH3(CH2)16CO2H c - C6H12 d - CS2 e - NH3 f - (NH4)(CH3CO2) 2. Relevant equations Draw the structure and find polarity Like dissolve like 3. The attempt at a solution I know water is polar, so will be soluble with other polar molecules I know tetrachloride is nonpolar, soluable with non polar. a - thiamine hydrochloride - Polar b/c Vitamin B and C are water soluable, and structure b - CH3(CH2)16CO2H - Polar b/c CO2H end of chain c - C6H12 - non polar d - CS2 - non polar because structure e - NH3 - polar f - (NH4)(CH3CO2) - polar b/c CH3CO2 Clearly I have gone somewhere as the answer is wrong. I really don't know if F is right. And also B because it is a long chain of C-H which are not polar. I have also tried with B and F as non-polar and thats wrong too.