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If bonds are polar, they are strongly attached. Stronger attached bonds take more thermal energy to allow a molecule to break away as vapor: Thus, bp is higher.

How does boiling point affect polarity is the fact that a molecule may have a high boiling point alwayz make it polar?

Most minerals are crystalline in structure.Examine some grains of table salt with a hand lens.Note whether individual grains look like tiny crystals.Describe their shape.

how do you know what high is suppose to be, would a boiling point of 200+ be high enough to assume polarity?

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