What is the difference between organic and inorganic compounds based on solubility and flammability?

1 Answer
Nov 18, 2015

Let me explain.


Organic compounds are non polar that's why they are soluble in non polar solvent while inorganic are mostly polar so they are soluble in polar solvent.
Organic compounds catch fire when heat is given but inorganic compounds are inflammable. In organic compounds H and C elements are present, when heat is given to them the bond between C and H breaks as a result the H catches fire and the compound starts burning.