Why water is considered a universal solvent, Biology

Water is considered a universal solvent because-

Select one:

a. it can dissolve polar and non-polar compounds

b. it can dissolve both positively and negatively charged ions and polar compounds.

c. it can dissolve polar, non-polar, and charged compounds

d. none of the answers is correct

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