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Grade: 12
        
How alcohols are more polar than amines? Expain in detail.
 
 
one month ago

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Arun
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Alcohols are more soluble in water then amines because electronegativity of O is greater than that of N, and hence the alcohol molecule is more polar than amine molecule. So, -OH group of alcohol forms more stronger hydrogen bond with water then -NH group of amines.
one month ago
Vikas TU
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Dear student 
alcohol would be more polar than an amine because oxygen is more electronegative. Carboxylic Acids are the most polar functional group because they can hydrogen bond extensively, they have a dipole moment and 2 electronegative atoms.
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