(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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If a molecule is polar, this is an uneven charge distribution. Meaning, the molecule does not have an even distribution of charges. A quick trick is to look at the actual structure of the molecule, looking for symmetry. Symmetric molecules tend to be non-polar. However, the most sure way is to look at electronegativity differences.
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