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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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If you accept the Atkins Physical Chemistry definition of polar: A polar molecule has a permanent electric dipole moment arising from the partial charges on its atoms Then the answer turns upon …
answered Dec 18 '15 by DavePhD
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Fluorine is more electronegative than phosphorous. The phosphorous is at the apex of a pyramid, the base of the pyramid being an equilateral triangle with a fluorine atom at each vertex. The F-P- …
answered Feb 11 '15 by DavePhD
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Because it takes two items to have an interaction. Two permanent dipoles interact. Two induced dipoles interact.
answered May 25 '17 by DavePhD
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Just to provide an alternative answer: Consider a solvent miscibility table like the one linked. What is the least miscibile solvent? Water! Water is the worst solvent. Water is immiscible with 17 o …
answered Dec 19 '14 by DavePhD