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For questions related to the solubility of compounds in various solvents, especially in water. Do not confuse with [solutions] or [aqueous-solution].

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Amine salts are: charged polar hydrogen-bonding (unless they're quaternary) There some cross-over between those categories, but all will increase solubility in water, a polar solvent, and … decrease solubility in a nonpolar solvent, like ether. That said, if you put very long oily carbon chains on an amine salt, you will decrease the solubility in water, and increase the solubility in nonpolar organic solvents. …
answered Dec 22 '16 by NMJD