H2S, also known as hydrogen sulfide, is regarded as a polar molecule based on the arrangement of the hydrogen atoms around the sulfur atom and each atom's characteristics. The sulfur atom is more electronegative than the... More »

Phosphorus pentafluoride, which is abbreviated as PF5, is a nonpolar molecule. The electronegativities of the five fluorine-phosphorus bonds cancel each other out, creating a nonpolar molecule. More »

Iodine molecules containing two atoms of iodine (I2) each are non-polar. The bonded pair of electrons in the covalent bond is equally shared between the two atoms. More »

Sulfur dichloride (SCl2) is a polar molecule. It contains two pairs of electrons and two polar bonds, which confer a net dipole moment on the molecule due to their geometric arrangement. More »

The molar mass of H2S, which is the chemical formula for hydrogen sulfide, is about 34 grams per mole. The molar mass of a compound is calculated by finding the atomic mass per mole of each atom in the compound and addin... More »

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CH2O is a polar molecule. It has three polar bonds that are arranged asymmetrically, thus allowing their dipole moments to add up and give the molecule an overall dipole moment. More »

A urea molecule is a polar molecule. Urea is a compound that contains nitrogen, and is excreted by the kidneys. It is also the main component of urine. More »