Unit 6 Objectives 11, 12. Polarity of Water, Hydrogen Bonding in Water. Bond Types (Review). A nonpolar covalent bond results from even sharing of electrons A polar covalent bond results from uneven sharing of electrons An ionic bond results from a transfer of electrons. Bond Polarity.
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Polarity of Water, Hydrogen Bonding in Water
1. Magnitude of electron distribution (Diff, in EN)
2. Direction of the pull
Water and NaCl: both are Polar so they mix well
Water and oil: Water is polar and oil is nonpolar – they do not mix
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