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If the covalent bond is between two different element then yes it is polar because having a dipole moment means the electrons are not equally shared and there is a difference between any two different element, large or small.
yes. Non-polar molecules experience forces called Van Der Walls forces, which create a small dipole moment for a tiny amount of time when there is a difference in charge between two molecules. More polar molecules experience stronger dipole moments because of their innate polarity, meaning these forces are more prolonged and stronger.
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