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Technically, yes, polar molecules can be more polar than another because the net dipole moments of a molecule can have a greater magnitude than another molecule. I don't think we need to calculate which molecule is more polar than another though.
Yes, polar molecules can be more polar than another. You can tell when you look at the difference in electronegativity of the atoms in the molecules.
Molecules are more polar than other molecules when the differences in electronegativity are greater. For example, C-H is a less polar bond than O-H.
Yes, certain polar molecules can be more polar than others depending on the electronegativity difference between the molecules. HF, for example, is a very polar molecule.
Yes, some polar molecules can be more polar than another. This is related to the molecule's differences in electronegativity as well as their symmetry.
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