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What is meant by polarity of a chemical bond?
Polarity, in chemical bonding, the distribution of electrical charge over the atoms joined by the bond. While bonds between identical atoms such as two of hydrogen are electrically uniform in that both hydrogen atoms are electrically neutral, bonds between atoms of different elements are electrically inequivalent.
What is an example of polarity in chemistry?
The distribution of electrical charge over the atoms connected by the bond is referred to as polarity in chemical bonding. For example, the hydrogen atom in hydrogen chloride is slightly positively charged, whereas the chlorine atom is slightly negatively charged. What is positive and negative polarity?
Why does the polarity of molecules disturb other physical properties?
The polarity of molecules disturbs other physical properties of the molecules. The polarity of a molecule depends on the type of chemical bonding in the molecule and also on the bonded atoms. If there is a clear separation of charges, we assume that there is polarity in the molecule. Polarity can be with an ionic and covalent bond.
How do you determine the polarity of a compound?
A compound is composed of one or more chemical bonds between different atoms. The polarity of each bond within the compound may determine the overall polarity of the compound: how polar or non-polar it is.