Some compounds are not soluble in water but are soluble in lipids. Why is it biologically important that you have water-insoluble organic compounds in your body?​

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inorganic compound

Explanation:

Inorganic substances generally do not contain a carbon atom, whereas organic substances contain several. Another distinction is that carbon substances containing only a few elements, and have their names derived from those elements, are inorganic compounds (carbon dioxide, hydrogen cyanide, sodium chloride). Water is definitely an inorganic compound (dihydrogen oxide)



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