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Lipids are insoluble in:


A
Benzene
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B
Ether
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C
CHCl3
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D
Water
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Solution

The correct option is B Water
Lipids are insoluble in water. Lipids are non-polar molecules while water is polar molecule, so there is no way for water to attach to a lipid molecule. 

Lipids are nonpolar molecules, which means their ends are not charged. Because they are nonpolar and water is polar, lipids are not soluble in water.

Option D is correct.

Chemistry

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