What Is a Polar Solvent?

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Polar solvents are liquids that are highly flammable and usually have attraction with water. This attraction is like a positive magnetic pole that attracts a negative pole. Examples of these solvents are alcohols and lacquers.
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The solvent molecules have been either permanently separated from its positive and negative charges. They are chemically active, have high dielectric constants.
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