Example of a Nonpolar Molecule?

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The examples of non-polar molecule are carbon dioxide, CO2 and carbon tetrachloride, CCl4. It is a particle that bonds electrons similarly and does not have oppositely charged ends.
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Co2, CFl4, and pretty much any hydrocarbon eg. methane or hexane.
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A molecule which has no separation of charge with no positive or negative
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Vinegar provides a framework on which functional groups can be attached in order to create other classes of organic compounds, and are considered Non-Polar.
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Both A & D are non-polar. Source(s) Studied Chemistry.
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