12. For the following structures, draw in all pertinent bond dipoles and show the net dipole for the molecule. Be sure to ignore C-H dipoles and consider the nonbonding electrons where
Nov 29, 2010 · (a) B-Cl and C-O (b) O-F and O-Se (c) S-Cl and B-F (d) N-H and N-F 48) The molecule below is urea, a compound used in plastics and fertilizers. (a) Which bonds in the molecule are polar and which ones are nonpolar? All urea bonds are a bit polar. (b) Which is the most polar bond in the molecule? Which atom is the partial negative end of this bond?
May 11, 2007 · C-C is non-polar (equal pull on each C) Due to the strong electronegativity of C and N in the remaining bonds, they are all polar. In order of strength (strongest polar bond first): N-H, C-H, C-N, C-C