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What is non-polarity?

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Is BeCl3 polar or non-polar?

Non-polar. Despite having polar bonds between the Be & Cls, the overall pulls counteract one another & cancel out. Try to visualize it here: Cl-Be-Cl and then, Cl< (MORE)

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Is tetrahydrocannabinol non-polar or polar and why?

Tetrahydrocannabinol is non-polar. It has a saturated fatty acid chain meaning that it is hydrophobic and therefore non-polar, since it won't bond with H2O
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Clo- polar or non polar?

Polar. Oxygen's electronegativity is 3.44 while Chlorine's is 3.16. Since the valance electrons are not shared equally, we look at electronegativity. It is polar, and oxygen i (MORE)

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Are triglycerides polar or non-polar?

Triglycerides are just fats, which have both nonpolar and polar parts. The areas with carbon-oxygen bonds are fairly polar, while the carbon-hydrogen bonded areas are nonpolar (MORE)

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Is detergent polar or non polar?

Detergent is both polar and non polar, it is able to collect the grease because of it having a non polar head. It also has a polar 'tail' which is why the globules of grease f (MORE)

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Is CBR4 polar or non polar?

CBr4 is non polar in structure and nonpolar in bonding while finding the difference of electronegativity
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Is Turpentine polar or non polar?

The most common solvent is water. Other common solvents which dissolve substances that are insoluble (or nearly insoluble) in water are acetone, alcohol, formic acid, acetic a (MORE)

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What is polar and non polar solution?

polarity refers to a separation of electric charge leading to a molecule or its chemical groups having an electric dipole or multipole moment. Polar molecules interact through (MORE)