It is polar not ionic no metal present.
It is both an ionic and polar molecule.
It has polar bonds. It is classified as an ionic molecule. It will dissolve in a polar substance, such as water.
It is an ionic molecule because it is composed of a cation and anion.
if the molecule is symmetrical, then it is nonpolar. if it is NOT symmetrical, it is polar. Ionic bonds form between a metal and a nonmetal.
Sucrose, or common household sugar, is a polar molecule.
no. it is a non-polar covalent molecule
The hydrogen molecule is covalent.
MgO is not a molecule. It is an ionic compound. In that sense, though, it can be considered polar.
Iodine chloride is a polar covalent molecule.
Potassium iodide isn't even a molecule. It is an ionic compound, which is in a sense polar.
No. Potassium chloride is ionic, not molecular. An ionic compound, though, can be though of as polar.
Water has a polar molecule. Sodium chloride is an ionic compound.
Magnesium chloride is ionic.
Potassium permanganate is polar. It has polar bonds and is classified as an ionic molecule. It will dissolve in a polar substance.
No. Since MgCO3 is a ionic bond it is not a polar molecule (only has covalent bonds).
No. Na2O is an ionic compound.
Iodine is a non polar covalent molecule. The electron cloud is evenly shared around the molecule.
It is a polar covalent molecule.
the differences in the electronegativities of the atoms.
Does NOT exist. but CO2 is polar covalent
Iodine is a molecule with two idodine atoms and it is a non-polar substance.
Water molecule is polar covalent, but has a negligible ionic behavior.
The water molecule is also polar.
CF4 is a covalent molecule. There are four polar C-F bonds in CF4. But the dipole moments cancel off and the molecule as a whole is non-polar.
Camphor is an organic molecule and is a polar covalent compound