Is the organic product soluble in water?

In general, organic compounds are not soluble in water. But depending upon the type of bond involved, organic compounds may be soluble or not. Organic compounds having functional groups like -COOH, -OH or polar bond, easily interact with water, thus soluble in water.

Beside this, what is an example of an organic solvent?

An organic compound is one containing carbon bonded to hydrogen. An organic solvent is one that is a liquid. Examples are hexane, octane, acetone, tetrahydrofuran, 2 butanone, toluene, xylene, ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, and benzene. Just to name a few.

What is an organic solvent?

Organic solvents are known as carbon-based solvents. A solvent simply refers to a substance that is capable of dissolving other substances. By being carbon-based, these solvents have carbon atoms present in the structure of their compound. On the other hand, organic solvents such as toluene contain aromatic rings.

Is there organic water?

Companies are now marketing their bottled water as organic. As both Ecopreneurist and others have pointed out, by definition anything “organic” must contain carbon. Water has two hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule: no carbon. The USDA, in fact, specifically exempts water from organic certification.