Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar

Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar

Is NaCl polar or non-polar?

Jimmy Mack has the best answer and I'll move on. The term polar / non-polar is not used in reference to NaCl because it is an ionic compound. Polar and non-polar are specific to molecular compounds such as H2O and CH4.

So my answer is not one.

Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar

Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar

This is Polar Polar NACL.

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Is NaCl polar or non-polar?

First, the terms polar and non-polar are used for IC connections. As NaCl is ionic, the term cannot be used. So the question is wrong.

The wrong problem is the ionic compound ...

Polar or non-polar are for compounds that divide electrons, and this is where the more electro-negative element attracts a cloud of electrons ... while NaCl has a complete electron transfer ... That has to be polar ...!

NaCl is ionic (large), ie polar in definition.

However, polar / apolar is generally reserved for simple coherent molecular compounds.

Therefore, the question is not entirely correct for NaCl.

For example, it would be relevant. Donkey against the water.

Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar

Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar

Pole

It's polar, not canceled. Na goes to Cls, where Cl has more electrical energy than Na. For example, it explains to you.

They are connected by ionic bonds, they are polar.

Nacl Polar Or Nonpolar