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Nitrogen molecule is a non polar covalent molecule. A) TRUE B)FALSE

Nitrogen molecule is a non polar covalent molecule. A) TRUE B)FALSE

Grade:12

3 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
10 months ago
Dear student 
Nitrogen is a diatomic molecule, N2 (N≡N), and has a net dipole moment of zero. Of course that means that nitrogen is nonpolar.
The statement is True. 
Hope this will help 
Good Luck
Vikas Amritiya
askIITians Faculty 158 Points
10 months ago

Nitrogen molecule is a non-polar covalent molecule. It has zero dipole moment. Two N atoms in nitrogen molecule have zero electronegativity difference. The bond pairs of electrons are equally distributed between two N atoms.

Parv Joshi
101 Points
9 months ago
As Nitrogen molecule has a dipole moment of 0, this means that it is non-polar. 
thank you       
good luck
regards 
parv

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