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What molecule is not attracted to polar water molecules?

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Do polar molecules attract other polar molecules?

Yes, this is why a polar substance will create a stable solution with another polar substance, such as starch into water. A non-polar molecule such as oil will however not be

Why is water molecule polar?

because there is an uneven distribution of electrons between the oxgen and hydrogen atoms

Which of these is evidence that the water molecule is polar?

An example of evidence that water molecules are polar is the fact that a thin stream of water is repeled by by a charged rod P.S i did not see any suggested answers which is

How do polar molecules attract each other?

A polar molecule has a partial positive charge at one end and a partial positive charge at the other. The partially positive end of one molecule attracts the partially negativ

How do polar molecules dissolve in water?

Dissolving is just when water bonds and separates the cation and anion. Water's polarity is the reason why it surrounds each ion and separates it from the oppositely charged

Why is a water molecule a polar molecule?

Different elements have different electro-negativities. Electro-negativity is the ability of an atom to withdraw 'electron density' towards itself, i.e. it makes electrons com

Why is a water molecule polar?

Since oxygen is more electronegative than hydrogen, you get something called a "dipole moment," making the oxygen slightly negative because of the unequal sharing of electrons