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We’re being asked to identify the compounds with polar bonds and are polar molecules.
Recall that the polarity of a bond depends on the electronegativity difference between two atoms:
0.0 < x < 0.50
0.50 ≤ x < 2.0
2.0 ≤ x
A polar bond results in a dipole moment. The net dipole is the sum of all dipole moments in a molecule:
• polar molecule: has a net dipole
• nonpolar molecule: has no net dipole
A compound with only nonpolar bonds is a nonpolar molecule.
For each compound, we need to:
Step 1: Determine the polarity of the bonds.
Step 2: Determine the polarity of the molecule.
Identify the molecules with polar bonds and the polar molecules.
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