Solution:The above statement is false.
The maximum quantity of a chemical that will dissolve in a given amount of solvent at a particular temperature is defined as solubility. Soluble compounds are substances that dissolve in water. For example, salt, sugar, milk, and so on. Insoluble compounds are chemicals that do not dissolve in water. For instance, chalk powder, sand, stone, and so on. Honey in water and glucose in water are soluble but turmeric and mustard are insoluble substances.
The correct statement would be, “Glucose is soluble in water”.