polar molecule


Water As Trillions Of Little Magnets

a: polar molecule ~
b: magnet


"Water is a great solvent, which means it's able to dissolve things very well. This is because water is a polar molecule. A polar molecule is like a magnet: one end of the molecule is negatively charged, and one end is positively charged."

Writer: Sarah Friedl
Date: Feb 28 2014 3:37 PM

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