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Sugar, salt, mustard oil, sand, sawdust, honey, chalk powder, petals of flower, soil, copper sulphate crystals, glucose, wheat flour are some substances given to Paheli. She wants to know whether these substances are soluble in water or not. Help her in identifying soluble and insoluble substances in water.
Sugar – Soluble in water
Salt – Soluble in water
Mustard oil – Insoluble in water
Sand – Insoluble in water
Sawdust – Insoluble in water
Honey – Soluble in water
Chalk powder – Insoluble in water
Petals of flower – Insoluble in water
Soil – Insoluble in water
Copper sulphate crystals – Soluble in water
Glucose – Soluble in water
Wheat flour – Insoluble in water
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