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I know this video isn't really for the exact same molecule, but they are similar and you can use the same "technique" to analyze the polarity of CH2Br2
CMaduno_3D wrote:My TA told me that generally if there is at least one atom that is not the same (amongst the outside 4 atoms of a tetrahedral) then the molecule as a whole is polar.
This! If the atoms on the tetrahedral aren't all the same, chances are that there will be a dipole moment that doesn't cancel out, causing the molecule to have a polar nature. :) I hope this helps.
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