(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Hydrogen is always positive in an atom, so the electrons are going to be pulled away from it in a compound to make them more positive. This means that there will be polarity because the atom it is bonding to will be the one receiving the electron from hydrogen.
Yes. This is because Hydrogen's partial positive charge is attracted to a partial negatively charged atom (Nitrogen, oxygen, or fluorine) to create a hydrogen bond. This is why the resulting molecule is polar! Hope this helps :)
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