Question 1 Report
Which of the substances is non-polar?
Non-polar substances are those that have an equal distribution of electrons and therefore have no positive or negative poles. An example of a non-polar substance is Hydrogen Bromide. On the other hand, polar substances have a positive and negative pole, meaning that the electrons are not evenly distributed. Examples of polar substances are Water and Ammonia. Bromine, like Hydrogen Bromide, is a non-polar substance.