Difference between Polar and Nonpolar Molecule?

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The difference between a polar and nonpolar molecule is that the polar molecule has an ionic bond. This can also be called a polar covalent bond. The nonpolar molecule has a nonpolar covalent bond which has electrons shared equally.
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polarity. polar is the mid- range; nonpolar is the least polar.
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1. Determine if the molecule is ionic or covalent. Ionic molecules are polar when dissolved in solution. Ionic molecules release or accept electrons from other atoms in the molecule
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Polar molecules have one end that is more negative(it has the electrons more of the time) and one end that is positive(it has the electrons less of the time) In other words the electrons
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