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Question =Is CH2Br2polar ornonpolar?Answer =CH2Br2(Dibromomethane)isPolar
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What is polarand non-polar?Polar"In chemistry, polarity is a separation of electrical charge causing a molecule or its chemical groups having an electric dipole ormultipolemoment.Polar molecules must contain polar bonds as result of a distinction in electronegativity between the bonded atoms. A polar molecule with two or an ext polar bonds must have actually an asymmetric geometry so the the shortcut dipoles do not cancel every other.Polar molecules interact through dipole–dipole intermolecular forces and also hydrogen bonds. Polarity underlies a variety of physical properties including surface tension, solubility, and also melting and boiling points." (Wikipedia)Polar moleculesA polar molecule has actually a net dipole together a result of the opposing dues (i.e.havingpartial positive and also partial an unfavorable charges) indigenous polar bonds arranged asymmetrically. (Wikipedia)
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Picture: water is a polar moleculeExample polar molecules
Ammonia (NH3)Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)Nonpolar moleculesA molecule might be nonpolar either once there is an equal sharing of electrons between the two atoms of a diatomic molecule or since of the symmetrical plan of polar bonds in a more complex molecule. (Wikipedia)
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Picture:Carbon dioxideExample molecule non polar
TolueneGasolineHelium (He)Neon (Ne)Krypton (Kr)Xenon (Xe)Hydrogen (H2)Nitrogen (N2)Oxygen (O2)Carbon Dioxide (CO2)Methane (CH4)Ethylene (C2H4)List molecule polar andnon polarMolecules polarSCN- (Thiocyanate)HCO3- (Bicarbonate)BrCl3 (Bromine Trichloride)HCO3-1AsCl3 (Trichloroarsine)OCl2NO2Cl (Nitryl chloride)CH3F (Fluoromethane)H3O+HydroniumClF(Chlorine monofluoride)ClF3 (Chlorine trifluoride)CF2Cl2 (Dichlorodifluoromethane)SeF4CH3OCH3 (Dimethyl ether)CH3CH2OH (Ethanol)NH2-BrF3 (BROMINE TRIFLUORIDE)CH3NH2 (Methylamine)CH2Br2 (Dibromomethane)HI (Hydrogen iodide)NH4NO3 (Ammonium nitrate)IF5 (Hydrogen cyanide)OH2 (Hydroxide)C2Cl2NO+ (nitrilooxonium)SBr2ICl4+NOCH3OH (Methanol)SCl6NOBr(Nitrosyl bromide)CH4O (Methanol)ICl3 (Iodinetrichloride)BrF5 (BROMINE PENTAFLUORIDE)PCl5 (PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE)CH2F2 (Difluoromethane)SeH2 (Hydrogenselenide)COS (Cobalt sulfide)OF2 (Oxygendifluoride)H2SO4 (SULFURIC ACID)H2CO (Formaldehyde)NF3 (NITROGEN TRIFLUORIDE)C2H2Br2 (Acetylenedibromide)TeF4SCNCLO3- (Chlorate)ICl5ureaSO2Cl2 (Sulfuryl chloride)H2Se (Hydrogenselenide)NH2XeO3SbF3CaCl2 (CALCIUM CHLORIDE)AsF3 (ARSENIC TRIFLUORIDE)C2H2 (Ethyne)BrFCl2OIF3 (Iodinetrifluoride)SH2SCl4CO (Carbon monoxide)H3OHNO3 (NITRIC ACID)N2H2NBr3So3 2-CH3COOH (acetic acid)saltSeO2nitrogentrifluorideCCl2F2N2H4C2H5OHNoCl(NITROSYL CHLORIDE)C2H6O (Ethanol-d6)SOCl2H3O+ (Hydronium)CHF3 (Fluoroform)HClO(HYPOCHLOROUS ACID)NI3 (Nitrogen triiodide)NaCl (sodium chloride)AsH3 (Arsine)NH2ClOCS (Carbonyl sulfide)SiCl2F2glucoseCH3N2OPoCl3 (PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE)MgCl2vinegarIOF5phosphateCHBr3 (Bromoform)ICl(IODINE MONOCHLORIDE)carbonmonoxidesulfurdioxidePBr3 (PHOSPHORUS TRIBROMIDE)SF2 (Sulfurdifluoride)NH3 (ammonia)SO2 (sulfur dioxide)CH2Cl2 (DICHLOROMETHANE)SF4H2S (hydrogen sulfide)CHCl3 (CHLOROFORM)PCl3 (PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE)SCl2 (Sulfurdichloride)PH3 (Phosphine)CH2O (Formaldehyde)HF (HYDROFLUORIC ACID)HBr(HYDROBROMIC ACID)NCl3 (Nitrogentrichloride)PF3 (Phosphorustrifluoride)ethylacetateNO3- (nitrate)NO2 (Nitrogen dioxide)H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide)CH3Br (Bromomethane)cn- (cyanide)O3 (OZONE)CH3CL (Chloromethane)ammoniaOH- (Hydroxide)NO2-COCl2 (Cobalt(II) chloride)glycerolohchloroformnitrogentrichloridebenzoicacidetherno3CLF5methylene chloridesodiumchlorideCH3SHNa2SO4sodiumacetateCaCO31-butanolClo-C4H10librcabr2 (Calcium bromide)CH3CN (ACETONITRILE)CH3CH2CH2OHC6H12O6LiNO3 (Lithium nitrate)MgOSeOBr2clo3c3h7ohnai(Sodium iodide)glycerinebri5BrO2ammoniumchlorideCF3ClBF2ClIBrGaCl3KMnO4 (POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE)Na2S (sodium sulfide)KOH (POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE)HCOOHKBr(POTASSIUM BROMIDE)carbohydratesClO4Cl2COclo2-succinicacidH2SO3 (Sulfurous acid)sodiumnitrateethyneNO2FCCL3F (Fluorotrichloromethane)ammoniumibr3fluoromethaneC2H5ClTeCl42-propanolstarchch2clXeOF4Molecules no polarHBrO(Hypobromous acid)SiF4 (Silicontetrafluoride)CH3CH3 (Ethane)N2 (Nitrogen)CO3 2- (Carbonate)Heptane-XeO4 (Xenontetroxide)KNO3 (Potassium nitrate)CH3I (Methyl iodide)CBr4 (Carbontetrabromide)AlCl3 (Aluminumtrichloride)C6H6 (benzene)NH4BrC2H4Cl2 (dichloroethane)ligroinSO4 2- (Sulfate)C2H4SF6 (Sulfur hexafluoride)BH3 (Borane)C2F2 (Ethyne)C6H14 (HEXANE)PO4 3- (phosphate)GeH4 (Germane)PBr5 (Phosphorus pentabromide)NH4 (ammonium)waxCI4 (Tetraiodomethane)bbr3 (BORON TRIBROMIDE)H2 (Hydrogen)IF4-BeF2 (Berylliumdifluoride)I2 (Iodine)GaH3 (Gallane)SeBr4 (Seleniumtetrabromide)KrF4SiBr4C2H6 (Ethane)O2 (Oxygen)biphenylPO4 3P4 (Phosphorustetramer)SO4 2-naphthaleneXeCl2BrCl5SeF6SeO3SiH4 (silane)carbontetrabromideAsF5 (Arsenic pentafluoride)BeH2 (Berylliumhydride)SiO2KrF2CH2cholesterolF2 (Fluorine)pentaneClF2C3H8PropanecyclohexanetolueneSiCl4 (Tetrachlorosilane)chlorinePF5 (Pentafluorophosphorane)BrClCO2 (carbon dioxide)CCl4 (CARBON TETRACHLORIDE)XeF2CS2 (CARBON DISULFIDE)SO3 (SULFUR TRIOXIDE)XeF4 (Xenontetrafluoride)BCl3 (BORON TRICHLORIDE)BeCl2 (Berylliumdichloride)CF4 (CARBON TETRAFLUORIDE)Cl2 (Chlorine)Br2 (Bromine)Hexanecarbondioxidei3-carbontetrachloridecarbon disulfidemethaneglycinesulfurtrioxidebenzophenoneoxygenAlF3 (Aluminum fluoride)berylliumdichlorideC8H18 (octane)C2Cl4PF6-XeCl4SbF5 (ANTIMONY PENTAFLUORIDE)CH3CH2CH3C5H12 (PENTANE)silanes8BF4BF4-SeCl6BeBr2BeI2CSe2Pcl4C3H6AlH3 (Aluminumtrihydride)TeO3 (Telluriumtrioxide)Br-BrcarbonateionIonicNaBrKClNaFkfNaNO3caokiliflicl(LITHIUM CHLORIDE)ammoniumsulfateResources:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_polarityhttp://www.school-for-champions.com/chemistry/polar_molecules.htm#.WZIGddJJbccreference.comwww.quora.comanswers.yahoo.comyoutube.comgoogle.comIf the price is wrong, pleasecommentin below write-up !