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2014-10-11T19:48:46+05:30
Polar solvent:-A solvent in whose molecules there is either a permanent separation of positive and negative charges, or the centers of positive and negative charges do not coincide; these solvents have high dielectric constants, are chemically active, and form coordinate covalent bonds; examples are alcohols and ketones .
Non polar solvent:-A liquid solvent without significant partial charges on any atoms, as in the hydrocarbons, or where the polar bonds are arranged in such a way that the effects of their partial charges cancel out, as in carbon tetrachloride. Liquid hydrocarbons are the most common examples.

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2014-10-11T19:51:52+05:30
POLAR SOLVENTS are those compound which has dipole moments which allows compounds which are able to form ion-dipole moments to dissolve.
NON-POLAR SOLVENTS are those compounds which have no polarity,(no dipole moments), such as CCl4.
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