A question which confuses me now.
Chemical polarity is one of microscopic properties for certain molecules.
Vapor pressure is a macro thermodynamic properties for certain materials.
But I often read about some violate organics are polar material. So, it has a relatively small vapor pressure and hard to evaporate.
How to connect these two concepts together? If I can access the volatile ability based on the polarity, it will help me to recognize some kind of VOCs which are eager to condense into particle phase.