Why is Caffeine Polar?
Caffeine is polar so that it can dissolve. If it was not polar it would not be able to dissolve in water and would be quite difficult to drink. When added to soda, it dissolves in the liquid that they use to make their sodas so it’s not just water that it dissolve in. Caffeine dissolves in any liquid. It’s mostly found in soda drinks and coffee but many foods also contain caffeine.
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