Amines, Chemistry

Amines are soluble in organic solvents whereas ammonium salts are not. Is it true?
 
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yes because amine is contain R-NH2 group where R is carbon groups so they are in polar nature but ammonium salts does not contain any carbon groups so they does not solve in water.

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YES,BECAUSE AMINES CONTAINS CARBON ATOMS WHEREAS AMMONIUM SALTS DOES NOT

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