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For questions about polar or non-polar chemical species, or their comparison. Also, for questions where polar or non-polar solvents have an effect.

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Aluminum Oxide is more polar than Silica Gel and polar compounds do not migrate far from the starting point. Thin Layer Chromatographic Analyses 7. Thin-Layer Chromatography
answered Apr 7 '14 by LDC3
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According to Wikipedia and my experience, glycine is soluble in water and is a polar molecule. The reference you saw, uses polar and non-polar to mean if there is another group other than the carboxyl …
answered Nov 29 '14 by LDC3
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According to this paper: Planar configurations for resorcinol and hydroquinone are more acceptable on comparison of experiment and calculation than are the structures assuming either free or par …
answered Nov 29 '14 by LDC3
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It's like they are at tug-of-war with each other, and they both have the same strength; it's not going anywhere. Since the oxygen is more electronegative than carbon, it has a partial negative charge …
answered Jul 26 '14 by LDC3