Asked by  | 29th Oct, 2012, 04:54: PM

Expert Answer:

A polar bond is a type of covalent bond between two atoms or more in which electrons are shared unequally. Due to this unsymmetrical sharing of electrons; one of the atoms in the covalent bond acquires a slight negative charge and the other atom a slight positive charge. For example H2O, HCl, HF all are polar molecules having polar bonds.

Answered by  | 29th Oct, 2012, 05:21: PM

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