"In the molecule H-Br the H would have a partial negative charge and the Br would have a partial positive charge." Is it true? Explain.
No, the statement is wrong.
In HBr, the H has partial positive charge while Br has partial negative charge.
Br being more electronegative attracts the shared pair of electrons towards itself.
The compound HBr is a polar covalent compound.
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