H2S and HCl

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Aneri Chouhan
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H2S and HCl

Postby Aneri Chouhan » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:44 pm

Which of the two molecules, H2S and HCl has more ionic bonds? Why? And which of the two molecules is more polar?

Ivy Kwok 2I
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Re: H2S and HCl

Postby Ivy Kwok 2I » Fri Oct 28, 2016 11:17 pm

HCl has more ionic bonds than H2S because there is a greater difference of electronegativity between the hydrogen and chlorine atoms than between the hydrogen and sulfur atoms. Additionally, because of this, the HCl molecule is also more polar than the H2S molecule.


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