Water has a polar molecule.
Yes. The oxygen end is slightly negatively charged, and the
hydrogen end is slightly positively charged.
It is a polar molecule
Water is a polar molecule.
Water IS a polar molecule.
Because of its shape, water is a polar molecule.
No, water is not the only molecule that is polar.
Each water molecule is a polar molecule.
Water is polar because it is a covalent molecule.
im pretty sure that water is a polar molecule means that water is its own "water molecule."
explain the polar nature of water as a molecule
Water is considered a polar molecule because
A water molecule is polar, which is why it attracts other polar molecules.
H2O is a water molecule, which is polar.
A Water Molecule has molecular 4mula "H2O". H+ & OH- are the charges on water.because of these charges,water molecule is called a polar molecule.
I will assume Hsub2O is H2O [water] Water is a polar molecule.
A water molecule is polar.
A carbon dioxide molecule is a non polar molecule because of its straight line shape. In contrast, a water molecule is a polar molecule. Because of its bent shape.
Water has a polar (dipole) molecule.
It is a polar molecule.
A polar molecule is a molecule with slight opposite charges. Water is a polar molecule which means that each water molecule is attracted to other water molecules which accounts for waters surface tension or cohesion.
Water is a polar molecule and all polar molecule will dissolve in it.
Water is called a polar molecule because of the three atoms in a water molecule are not arranged in a straight line as you might expect.
yes because water is polar
water is a polar molecule. so it doesn't attract to oil (another polar molecule)
Yes it is a polar molecule, it can be dissolved in water, and it is balanced.