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If you are going to reverse the polarity of a specific element how do the atoms change during the process? [closed]

If you are going to reverse the polarity of a specific element how do the atoms change during the process? [closed]

Grade:11

1 Answers

Pankaj
askIITians Faculty 131 Points
6 years ago
Elements are generally either isolated atoms (like Ar) or homoatomic molecules (like H2).
And as the electron cloud is distributed uniformly, thy do not have polarity and are non polar.

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