Consider this statement: Carbon dioxide is more easily solidified than nitrogen because the van der Waals forces acting between the CO_2 molecules are less than those acting between the N_2 molecules. The assertion is not a correct statement, but the reason is a correct statement. Both the assertion and the reason are correct statements, but the reason is not the accepted explanation of the assertion. The assertion is a correct statement, but the reason is not a correct statement. Both the assertion and reason are not correct. Both the assertion and reason are correct statements, and the reason is the accepted explanation of the assertion. Which substance is most soluble in water? calcium carbonate benzene ethanol carbon dioxide
3. The statement is correct but the reason is incorrect logically. It should be more.
4. calcium carbonate has very low solubility (15 mg/L)
benzene is insoluble.
due to strength of attraction of OH bond ethanol is highly soluble.
CO 2 is very low soluble.
So correct option is ethanol