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po·lar com·pound

a compound in which the electric charge is not symmetrically distributed, so that there is a separation of charge or partial charge and formation of definite positive and negative poles, for example, H2O. See also inorganic compound.

polar compound

A molecule with distinct electrical charges in different regions, i.e., a positive charge in one region and a negative charge in another.
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