Is SO3- polar or non-polar?

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest

Greatest Reply

SO3 is a non polar molecule. Though the bonds between the S
and O atoms are polar as a result of S is extra electronegative than O
therefore creating an electronegativity distinction, the molecule is non
polar. It’s because the unfavorable and constructive centres are each
loacted in the identical place (on the S molecule) as they’re all on
the identical aircraft and subsequently there isn’t any permanant dipole because the
dipoles within the bond cancel one another out, subsequently the molecule
is non polar.

Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Recent Post

Newsletter