A term that may be used to describe a substance that is hydrophobic is non polar. Non polar things are repelled by water.
Rabid is the medical term for hydrophobic, and rabies is the medical term for hydrophobia.
Yes they are. This is because they are a lipid. Lipids consist of oils, waxes and fats which are not soluble in water hence the term hydrophobic (water fearing)
No, as the head is not hydrophobic, it is actually hydrophilic. However, the tail is hydrophobic.
Being hydrophobic means to hate water or to have a fear of water.
Hydrophobic means that the molecule is repelled by water. You can tell if a molecule is hydrophobic by the way the atoms are arranged.
no, its hydrophobic
Hydrocarbons are hydrophobic.
They are hydrophobic.
Hydrophillic is water loving. Hydrophobic is water avoidance. Generally oils are hydrophobic.
Nylon is a hydrophobic material.
The meaning of hydrophobic is which rejects water, which cannot be wetted; solids are hydrophobic not liquids.
This could be called the "hydrophobic end" of the soap molecule.