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Why are the bonds in H2O polar covalent bonds?

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I want to give the answer of your question in detailed so that you can understand the whole concept and picture behind it…. let's start…………. The shape of a molecule and the polarity of its bonds determine the OVERALL POLARITY of that molecule. read more

A good example of a non-polar molecule that contains polar bonds is carbon dioxide. This is a linear molecule and each C=O bond is, in fact, polar. The central carbon will have a net positive charge, and the two outer oxygen atoms a net negative charge. read more

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