Does ionisation occur only in polar covalent molecules or in both polar and non- polar covalent molecules?
Asked by saibaba1069 | 11th Apr, 2020, 12:34: AM
Ionisation occurs in polar covalent compounds, It does not occur in non-polar covalent compounds. The reason behind ionisation is the separation of charge, In non-polar compounds, There is an unequal distribution of charge according to electronegativity difference. In non-polar compounds, there is no charge separation so ionisation is not possible.
Answered by Ravi | 11th Apr, 2020, 05:34: PM
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