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(b)Covalent compounds are generally Insoluble in water Because the bonds are not  individually broken like an ionic compound.
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(b) insoluble in water is the correct answer
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Because of the ionic nature of the bonds between the atoms, ionic compounds can easily dissociate in aqueous solutions and form weak ion-dipole bonds(van der waals bonds) with the H2O molecules. Covalent compounds lack the property of dissociation, and as a result, most of them are insoluble in water.
i think this is correct i read it some where im not sure