Polarity, Chemistry

with suitable examples explain how a polar molecule could induce polarity to a nearby nonpolar molecule.

Ans) Throughinduction,, the positive part of the polar molecule will attract the negative and repel the positive at the samt time causing a change in polarity of the non polar molecue.


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