what is polarising power. explain?

Asked by  | 20th Oct, 2012, 03:57: PM

Expert Answer:

Polarising power is the ability of an atom or group of atoms to attract the shared pair of electrons toward itself.

The standard example is often hydrogen chloride (HCl)


This distortion is said to be a dipole.


Answered by  | 25th Oct, 2012, 01:23: PM

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